BBDO Asia appoints Samantha Kennedy as regional business director for BBDO Singapore

Sam Kennedy.jpgBBDO Asia has announced that Samantha Kennedy has joined BBDO Singapore as Regional Business Director.

She joins BBDO after 4 years as Chief Operating Officer for leading global content agency, Evidently. At Evidently, Kennedy (pictured left) was responsible for overall operations of the Network's global offices in Asia, UK, South Africa and Canada and moved to Singapore to help grow their Asia presence in 2015.
Prior to her role at Evidently she was Managing Director at McCann Enterprise London, and held senior roles at Rapier London, RMG Connect and Creston PLC, where she worked on a myriad of blue chip clients including Unilever, Lloyds, Vodafone, Diageo, eBay and Subway.

Jean-Paul Burge, Chairman & CEO BBDO Asia said, "Sam brings an extensive combination of creative, digital and content marketing experience to BBDO Singapore, gained from working on some of the world's leading brands. She comes with an energy, business acumen and operational excellence that will add significant value to BBDO and our clients."

Kennedy said, "I'm thrilled to be joining the most awarded creative agency network in Asia, and I'm really looking forward to working alongside such a talented group of people."

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