Maxus APAC announces two regional promotions

Rose Huskey and Dick Laurie named as chief client officer and chief planning officer, respectively.

L-R: Dick Laurie, Rose Huskey
L-R: Dick Laurie, Rose Huskey

SINGAPORE - Maxus Asia-Pacific's regional team now includes Rose Huskey as chief client officer for APAC and Dick Laurie as chief planning officer.

Prior to her current position, Huskey was head of client leadership, Asia. She will continue to work with existing partners such as L’Oréal, Unicharm, Jetstar, Huawei, Subaru and UPS across all APAC markets. She earlier worked for Maxus Vietnam for a period of five years as managing director before joining the Singapore regional team.

Laurie previously had supported Maxus Australia in developing its strategic planning capabilities and helping to shape key client annual plans before taking the role of regional planning director for APAC.

Both Huskey and Laurie will work with the APAC management team including Lakun Agrawal (CFO), Nathan Cook (trading head), Sandeep Pandey (effectiveness head) and Monica Bhatia (digital director, Asia). The management team reports to Maxus Asia Pacific CEO Ajit Varghese.


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