iris appoints Guy Plumbly as Account Director

Guy.Plumbly.jpgiris Singapore has appointed Guy Plumbly as Account Director to head up key accounts and support new business development for the agency's digital offering.
 
Moving from London, Plumbly draws on seven years of experience from managing a diverse portfolio of global, European and domestic accounts while working at leading UK agencies such as Profero, CHI & Partners and Havas EHS. He was responsible for leading the strategic and creative development of key accounts including the Dove Deodorant (Global), The Times, The Sunday Times and Lexus Europe, amongst others.
 
"iris has an expanding and diverse portfolio of clients with regional and global presence. With Guy's expertise in multi-market, multi-disciplines rollouts, we are certain that he will be a great asset," said Craig Mapleston, Managing Director, iris Singapore.
Sharing more on his move to Singapore, Plumbly says, "As a creative agency with a strong digital structure, iris Singapore comes as a natural fit with my background and aspirations at this point in my career. Bringing that experience from my previous roles, iris will give me the opportunity to push clients to be bold and believe in innovative ideas that will break the norm."
 
Plumbly will head the digital efforts for iris Singapore for clients including Standard Chartered Bank, Philips and Robinsons Singapore.

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