Lisi Davis joins 72andSunny Singapore as MD

Lisi Davis.jpg72andSunny expands its leadership presence in Singapore with new Managing Director, Lisi Davis, who joins 72andSunny Singapore's current Executive Creative Director, Johnny Tan and  Director of Talent and Operations, Chiew Ling Tan.

"As with Johnny, Chiew Ling, and the rest of our growing team, we feel with Lisi we have found someone who has great global credentials, deep regional experience and sensibilities, and most importantly is just a nice and smart team player," said Chris Kay, Managing Director and Partner. "We can't wait to see the work that this mix will bring to Singapore and beyond."

Davis (pictured left) joins from TBWA\Media Arts Lab Shanghai where she served as Managing Director, leading the Apple business in China for the last three years. Davis has also worked at Ogilvy & Mather as the North Asia Regional Business Director for Dove China, BBDO Worldwide as a Vice President/Account Director on Henkel & Wrigley International and Leo Burnett Tokyo as Vice President/Account Director on P&G Beauty Care.

"I'm incredibly inspired by 72andSunny's unique philosophy, progressive ways of working, and ability to impact culture," said Davis. "I'm so excited to be joining the 72andSunny team at this key moment as they continue to expand globally, and to be a part of bringing their vision to life in Asia."

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