Adrian Miller resigns from Saatchi and will take short holiday before announcing his next move

Adrian Miller.jpgAfter three and a half successful years as the ECD of Saatchi & Saatchi Malaysia, Adrian Miller has resigned and will take a short break before announcing his next move. Miller has developed into one of Asia's most awarded ECDs during his time at Saatchi and only late last year was rewarded with his responsibilities expanded to include ECD ship of Saatchi's Asian flagship Singapore office.

Miller has driven Saatchi & Saatchi Malaysia to No5 in Asia in the Campaign Brief Asia Creative Rankings (up from No26 before he joined); a top 50 position in the worldwide Gunn Report as well as two Agency of the Year titles in Malaysia. His immediate plans involve a holiday in his native South Africa and judging the Clio Awards and Cannes Lions.

It is believed Miller's phone has been running hot since the story was broken by ADOI on Friday last week.


Anonymous said:

Good luck with your next move Adrian. S

Anonymous said:

Saatchi will miss Miller he will be hard to replace

Anonymous said:

Adrian will be the REAL loss for Saatchi!

Anonymous said:

Fuck, just caught up with this news. I can't believe Saatchi has allowed Adrian to leave. You don't expand a person's role from Malaysia to include Saatchi Singapore and then 3 months later it's off. What's the story Kim? Yes, I bet Adrian's phone has been "running hot".

Anonymous said:

I hope you stay in the region mate!

Anonymous said:

Shaky times for S&S

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