Tracey Furniss
May 7, 2009

Mehta departs DDB Singapore

SINGAPORE - Vishal Mehta, vice-president of DDB Singapore, has left the company.

David Tang, president and CEO, DDB Singapore Group said “We’re sorry to see Vishal go, he would have been a talented planner for a banking client. But we haven’t landed one yet. We wish him all the best ahead.”

The reasons for Mehta’s departure have not been disclosed.

Mehta joined DDB as vice-president of client services at the end of 2008 from McCann Erickson Singapore where served as general manager....

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