Byravee Iyer
Aug 4, 2014

Razorfish HK creates new role for former product developer

HONG KONG - Razorfish has appointed Jim Speelmon as client services director, a newly created role.

Jim Speelmon
Jim Speelmon

Hong Kong-based Speelmon is tasked with leading Razorfish’s growing client service team, driving growth and helping Razorfish clients "navigate technologies", the company said. The agency’s portfolio of clients include Nike, JP Morgan, Intel and Lenovo. Speelmon reports to Joanna Kalenska, MD, Razorfish Hong Kong.

"Jim’s appointment reflects the growing nature of our business and the robust regional relationships our team is forging,” said Kalenska. “Jim’s background as a senior strategist in Greater China, along with his lengthy credentials as a client service leader across multiple markets, made him the perfect choice.”

Originally from the USA, Speelmon joins Razorfish after a short sabbatical in Australia, where his work as a volunteer marketing consultant for Souths Leagues Club helped facilitate sports-related programmes for disadvantaged youths in the South Brisbane region. Prior to this, Speelmon spent three years at UniQlick in China as VP, product development. 

 

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