Dragon Rouge Singapore appoints Remona Duquesne as executive director, strategy and innovation consulting for Southeast Asia

Remona (1).jpgRemona Duquesne has joined Dragon Rouge Singapore as Executive Director, Strategy and Innovation Consulting for Southeast Asia. Reporting to SEA CEO Zayn Khan, Duquesne (pictured) will lead the firm's strategy and innovation team.

A graduate in Journalism and Political Science from New York University, Duquesne's 17-year career has spanned journalism, advertising and brand consulting. She has held strategy leadership roles at Ogilvy & Mather, Grey Group, FutureBrand and MullenLowe, working with a range of high-profile national, regional and global clients.

"Being a leading brand agency is about not only excellence in strategy and design but about being able to translate these into engaging experiences and persuasive communications. Remona's expertise in strategy, innovation, identity and advertising is a perfect match for where our business is heading and what our clients are craving," commented Khan.
"I have had the good fortune of working with Remona twice before and don't need to say how happy I am that she has joined the Dragon Rouge family," added Khan.

Duquesne commented "Dragon Rouge is one of the few consultancies that does both upstream and downstream brand building. Here, we have the talent - and luck - to create, build and activate brands. It is a place with a generous culture that cultivates opportunities to be true brand stewards, so clients receive valuable end-to-end brand consultation services, and employees are left fulfilled. I'm truly excited to be a part of this growing family, and thrilled to be working with Zayn again."

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