Victor Ng takes up the regional creative reins at Euro RSCG in South East Asia

Victor Ng.jpgVictor Ng has been promoted to the newly created position of Chief Creative Officer, Euro RSCG South East Asia. The appointment is effective immediately, and Ng will continue to be based in Singapore, the network's SE Asia hub. In this role, Ng will have full creative responsibility for the markets in SE Asia, including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines. In addition, he will continue his creative leadership role at the Singapore office as its Chief Creative Officer.

Specifically, Ng will be tasked with overseeing creative output, creative profile and creative talent across SE Asia; and he will continue to serve as the SE Asia member on Euro RSCG's prestigious Creative Council - where he helps shape the regional creative direction.

"I am excited about the great upside to our creative ambitions in the sub-region. The challenge is to continue to build on the creative and business success of Euro RSCG Singapore, and to set an integrated creative foundation for our offices in South East Asia," said Ng.
"Vic is truly one of the brightest creative minds, not only does he come up with powerful integrated ideas, but his keen understanding of the business world make him a valuable asset to our clients. He's been instrumental in making Singapore our most awarded office in the region, and this is the kind of creative momentum we are aiming for in each of the markets," said Matthew Fanshawe, CEO, Euro RSCG SE Asia.

Prior to joining Euro RSCG, Ng has worked as a copywriter at Leo Burnett and was the first-ever creative from Asia to work at Mother London. During his career, he has been named Young Creative of the Year at Adfest and was ranked among the Top 10 Young Guns in the world.

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