Faaez Samadi
Jul 27, 2018

iProspect hires APAC client presidents

New leaders will focus on existing client relationships.

L-R: Jose Campon, Preeti Kumar
L-R: Jose Campon, Preeti Kumar

iProspect has announced that Preeti Kumar and Jose Campon have joined the agency as Asia-Pacific co-client presidents.

Kumar brings more than 20 years of industry experience to the role, from APAC, Latin America and the Middle East. She was previously managing partner at Mindshare Singapore and MD of MediaCom Singapore.

Campon was previously iProspect APAC MD based in Singapore, a position he took up in 2017, having been VP of strategy and international clients at iProspect China for six years.

In the newly created roles, both will be responsible for helping manage regional and global client accounts, and drive growth and development of those relationships.

Joanna Catalano, CEO of iProspect APAC, said: “Jose and Preeti both have proven track records of delivering excellence in client leadership for complex, global organisations.”

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