BBH Asia Pacific hires Andy Nethercleft in the role of Head of Operations in Singapore

Andy 2.jpgBBH Asia Pacific has appointed Andy Nethercleft (pictured left) to take up the role of Head of Operations in Singapore.

Bringing thirteen years of expertise and skill in digital, experiential, retail, print and TV, Nethercleft will oversee all of the Agency's production and creative services capabilities.

Prior to joining BBH, Nethercleft was Operations Director at Iris Singapore where he set up and extensively grew their Singapore business.

BBH Managing Director Frances Great said, "Andy fully compliments the new ecosystem that BBH is actively building. He will help us create synergies between the creative and production disciplines whilst nurturing and growing our third party- partnerships."
On his appointment Andy Nethercleft said, "BBH has always had a strong reputation for putting creativity at the heart of its operation; so the chance to be where creatively-curious, passionate people are constantly delivering great work is a great opportunity"

2 Comments

NYF said:

Iris' loss is BBH's gain. Great guy.

FYN said:

Hold judgement until his digital expertise is seen in action.

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