Staff Reporters
Aug 31, 2017

R/GA launches consulting services in APAC

Jehan Leanage will head up the operation from R/GA Singapore.

Jehan Leanage
Jehan Leanage

R/GA is launching its consulting services in Asia-Pacific, and has hired Jehan Leanage as executive director for consulting, APAC.

He joins from Eutech Cybernetic, a cloud software provider to the real-estate industry, where he was VP of business development and partnerships.

Operating from R/GA Singapore, the company said, Leanage will drive business transformation throughout the region in verticals including retail, consumer goods and financial services. He will report to Jim Moffatt, EVP and managing director for APAC, and Saneel Radia, SVP and global head of consulting.

"[Leanage] and team will take our strategic capabilities in the region to the next level, marrying creative consultancy with our design-driven agency business,” Moffatt said in a release.

R/GA's consulting services target the C-suite with "comprehensive solutions that blend innovation, technology and business analytics,” said Radia.

Leanage has also worked at Deloitte London, driving large-scale transformation projects in industries including CPG, retail, and healthcare, the company said.

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