FITCH Worldwide Singapore appoints Tim Greenhalgh as Chairman & Chief Creative Officer

Headshot_TimGreenhalgh.jpgFITCH Worldwide has appointed Tim Greenhalgh as Chairman and Chief Creative Officer.  Greenhalgh's appointment to Chairman alongside his current role of Chief Creative Officer reflects his embodiment of FITCH's creative and strategic viewpoint delivered through his powerful insights, influence and industry knowledge. A passionate advocate of design as a business tool, Greenhalgh has led FITCH to numerous industry awards, and recently featured in the top 100 "Retail Week Power List", sealing his reputation as a top name in the industry.

Simon Bolton, CEO of FITCH Worldwide said, "Within FITCH I see a pride, passion and creativity that must be recognized and sustained. Who better to do this than Tim, who represents the very soul of the business and wears the brand on his sleeve."
Greenhalgh steers the creative output of 14 multinational design studios, driving design standards and influencing the shape of brand and retail design worldwide.

Greenhalgh is widely published and a regular conference speaker - he has developed a large number of insight and opinion pieces that help to determine how consumers shop and brands behave. He believes that design has a responsibility to deliver experiences that enhance consumers' lives at every touch point.

Greenhalgh is an award-winning designer, having collected a number of 'best in class' ratings with brands as diverse as LEGO, Carhartt, McLaren and Harrods.

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