New digital hires at MEC Singapore

MEC Singapore.jpgMEC has announced a series of new digital hires in Singapore to fuel the agency's digital and data acceleration. Amy Dabbs joins MEC Singapore as its new Head of Digital, adding to a string of senior and specialist hires that started earlier this year with Kunal Robert joining as Digital Director and Joshua Campanella joining as Associate Digital Director.
Sharon Soh, Managing Director of MEC Singapore said "The current Singapore team and our clients are already very digitally savvy so it's natural that we want to accelerate our growth in this area.  With Amy, Kunal and Joshua on board, we have made a huge investment in our future and our clients' futures, with genuine, proven talent leading our digital development charge. I'm excited to have them on board and look forward to creating a thriving, digital culture at MEC."

Having recently relocated from the UK, Dabbs has spent the last 10 years building a career in digital of which many of those has been with GroupM agencies. Robert brings with him over 10 years of digital marketing experience across digital agencies, consulting firms and a media agency, and prior to joining MEC, Campanella worked in Sydney for 4 years as well as in Canada for 2 years, in a digital planning capacity with media agencies.

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