Cheil Singapore names Jimmy Lee as a new CD

Jimmy Lee.jpgCheil Singapore has appointed Jimmy Lee (pictured left) as a new Creative Director.

Lee has been in the creative industry for more than 10 years. From Zouk Club to Iris-Nation, he has worked with a wide range of clients including Club 21, Coke, Tiger Beer, Heineken, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Health Promotion Board, Meritus Hotel, Audi and Johnnie Walker.

Lee's most significant pitch and award win was Johnnie Walker's Global Campaign "Step Inside The Circuit", earning Iris their biggest account that contributed to their business success and growth. He continued to be part of their new business development, winning the trust of Health Promotion Board and Tiger Beer amongst others over the four years during his tenure with Iris.
Commenting on Lee's appointment, SJ Kimm, President & Head of Regional HQ, Cheil Worldwide said, "Jimmy brings with him the roughness of an uncut diamond with all the sparks inside. He has a great chance to transform Cheil Singapore's work to be recognized globally."

Lee says that joining Cheil Singapore is like joining a start-up but with the backing of a hugely successful parent, "It's an exciting time for the network, and our goal is to do some really brilliant work here. If you can dream it, you can do it."

Lee has graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration and he will report to Nalla Chan, Managing Director.

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