FCB Malaysia promotes 9 key staff in creative, account service, strategic + operations roles

FCB Malaysia.jpgFCB Malaysia has made a number of key promotions within the agency.

In the creative department James Voon has been elevated to Senior Art Director and Syed Ferohaizal to the Head of Creative role where he will be responsible for the agency's creative personal whilst working closely with Ong Shi Ping, Chief Creative Officer.

The account management team features three promotions with Syahriza Badron to Senior Account Director leading a business unit comprising of Motorola, Desaru Coast and RHB. Eva Lim and Karan Chhabra have also been promoted to Senior Account Managers, driving the agency's Motorola and Beiersdorf accounts respectively.
On the strategic planning front, Eldon D'Cruz moves up to Planning Director tasked with leading the agency's planning unit.

Jamie Tan, the agency's HR Manager has been promoted to Operations Director and will play a larger role in the day-to-day running of the business.

"We've seen a lot of success this year and every part of it was because our people had risen to the occasion in a big way. The pace we set wasn't easy but these individuals went above and beyond every time, setting a brilliant example for the entire agency." said Shaun Tay, CEO of the FCB Kuala Lumpur. Tay further elaborates "Having a dynamic and diverse team of senior leaders was always a key priority for us. Together with Natasha Aziz, Head of Account Management and LiLian Hor, Head of Digital we now have a solid core of young, talented individuals who I hope will be the future of our agency in the years to come.

Pictured from left: Karan Chhabra, Natasha Aziz, Jamie Tan, Syed Ferohaizal, LiLian Hor, Syahriza Badron, Eldon D'Cruz, James Voon & Eva Lim.

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