BBDO elevates Intan Mokhnar to managing director role at BBDO Indonesia

Intan Mokhnar.jpgIntan Mokhnar, general manager of BBDO Singapore will be relocating to Jakarta in January 2014 to take up the position of managing director, BBDO Indonesia.

Featured this year in Campaign's "40 Faces to Watch", Mokhnar's new role comes after seven years at BBDO Singapore. She joined from BBDO Malaysia as an account director in 2006 and five years later, took on the role of general manager.

Mokhnar (pictured left) was most recently responsible for BBDO Singapore's day-to-day office management while also handling the Blackberry account regionally. During her time at BBDO Singapore the office has tripled in size, and has won awards at all major competitions.

"I am looking forward to having Intan in our office to raise the bar of our work and services to all our clients. She has the credentials, the energy and passion to make that happen", said Ricky Subrata, CEO of BBDO and Proximity Indonesia.
"I am looking forward to fresh challenges and working with some of the best talent in our network" commented Mokhnar.

Jean-Paul Burge, President South East Asia & CEO Singapore added: "Although the Singapore office will miss Intan, this is an outstanding opportunity for an exceptional lady. Intan has developed from a solid account lead to someone who has the full skill-set to lead an office. When putting together the growth and opportunity of the market with the leadership team of Ricky Subrata, Rajesh Menon and Intan, I am looking forward to great things from our Indonesia office in 2014."

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