Kenny Lim
Jan 26, 2010

RedWorks promotes Dean Cloke to managing director of Singapore

SINGAPORE - Ogilvy Group's RedWorks has promoted general manager, Dean Cloke (pictured), to managing director of its operations in Singapore.

RedWorks promotes Dean Cloke to managing director of Singapore
According to a statement, the Singapore office under Cloke’s leadership has maintained “healthy growth” in winning new accounts including Prudential.

Cloke will continue to be based in Singapore and report directly to Stephen Mangham, group chairman of Ogilvy & Mather Singapore, and Michael Burgess, regional president at RedWorks Asia-Pacific.

On the promotion, Mangham said: “Dean took over the reins about a year ago, and since then RedWorks has continued to grow from strength to strength. This promotion is testament to the excellent job he has been doing.”

"We need smart leadership to manage increasingly complex operations and deliver excellent service and top quality work. Singapore is a key regional office and Dean’s promotion is part of RedWorks’ ongoing drive to add value to our clients’ business” added Burgess. “We will continue to grow our list of happy clients under Dean’s guidance.”

Earlier this month, Redworks promoted Robert Doswell to vice-president of Asia-Pacific.

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