Timothy Chan joins iris as Creative Group Head

Chan.jpgiris Singapore has appointed Timothy Chan as Creative Group Head to push the creative vision and output for the agency's key clients.

Chan brings with him over seven years of experience to the agency having most recently spent the last couple of years at DDB Singapore as Associate Group Head where on the McDonald's account. Prior to that role, Chan honed his skills over a five year period at McCann Erickson Malaysia working under the tutelage of industry stalwarts on high profile brands like Proton, Coca-Cola, DiGi, Nespray, Neslac amongst others.
Commenting on Chan's appointment, Subha Naidu, Creative Director, iris Singapore said, "It's awesome to have Tim, a proven team leader and tremendous talent, join us here at iris. After working mostly on McDonalds, his belief that beef is sacred haunted him every night. So it's nice for him to be able to have creative and spiritual freedom to do what's right."

Chan will lead the creative efforts for clients such as Heineken, Audi, Adidas and Emirates amongst others and will report to Subha Naidu, Creative Director at iris Singapore.

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hans said:

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