Gary Scattergood
Sep 28, 2015

PRWeek Asia welcomes new editor Faaez Samadi

Experienced business journalist Samadi is based in Singapore

Faaez Samadi
Faaez Samadi

Faaez Samadi has been appointed PRWeek Asia’s new editor.

Samadi previously worked for Global Competition Review for five years in London and Singapore, covering legal and business news.

Before that he freelanced for national newspapers in the UK, across news and sport.

He will report to PRWeek Asia’s former editor Gary Scattergood, who has been promoted to head of content for both PRWeek Asia and Campaign Asia-Pacific.

Scattergood said: "We’re really pleased to have Faaez on board. He comes with considerable experience and bags of enthusiasm—we’re sure he is going to make a great contribution as we continue to increase and improve our coverage in the region."

Samadi added: "It’s great to be at PRWeek and I’m looking forward to getting to know as many people in the industry as possible. Feel free to contact me at any time by email at [email protected] or by calling +65 6579 0534."



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