Staff Reporters
Nov 21, 2012

FutureBrand Singapore names general manager

SINGAPORE - Brand consultancy FutureBrand has appointed Ebrahim Kazi (pictured) as general manager for its Singapore operation.

FutureBrand Singapore names general manager

Kazi will report directly to Sarah Reiter, CEO Southeast Asia. He will work as part of the leadership team, delivering the full spectrum of services to clients.

FutureBrand recently won major new accounts with the iconic Singapore Police Force, Philippines media conglomerate ABS-CBN and Nestle.

Kazi was most recently the director of branding for telecommunications giant Qtel Group, and was previously head of branding and corporate communications for Mashreq Bank. He has worked for a number of years in Southeast Asia, as well as working on brand transformation programmes across the UAE, Egypt, Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait.

“It’s great being back in this part of the world,” Kazi said. “These are exciting times for Southeast Asia and I’m looking forward to further developing and expanding innovative, creative and business solutions to an already diverse range of clients.”

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