Chantelle Pang
Jul 27, 2011

Ted Lim resigns after two decades with Naga DDB

MALAYSIA - Executive creative director of Naga DDB Ted Lim has decided to leave after working 20 years with the advertising agency.

Ted Lim ends his 20 year stint with Naga DDB

Lim has been one of the most respected executive creative directors in the Asia-Pacific region, the company said. Over his career, he worked with many creative directors, copywriters and art directors from all over Asia-Pacific..

“After two decades of putting the agency before myself I’ve decided to take on new challenges. I’m not leaving the business. I’ll be back hopefully, fresher and smarter to explore my options and do bigger, better things,” Lim revealed.


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