Dominic Stallard exits Saatchi & Saatchi Singapore with former creative partner Clinton Manson returning to Singapore to fill ECD role

Clinton_Dominic.jpgSaatchi & Saatchi Singapore executive creative director Dominic Stallard has exited the agency and, ironically, his replacement is his former creative partner Clinton Manson.

The duo first worked as CDs at Lowe Mena Dubai before moving to Bangkok together as joint ECDs at Lowe Thailand. In December 2010 they moved to Singapore as joint CCOs at Lowe Singapore.

Stallard joined Saatchi & Saatchi in 2014 from Lowe, filling the ECD role vacated by the retiring Bruce Matchett.

It's no secret that Stallard was leaving Saatchi & Saatchi. He confirmed the move to Campaign Brief Asia at the recent Spikes Asia festival in August. He said at the time that he was leaving the agency and would be seeking out a new challenge.
Stallard is currently taking a break traveling with his family before he considers future options. He told Campaign Brief Asia he was proud of the growth and creative success of Saatchi Singapore over his time there and was looking forward to the next stage of his career.
Manson joins from Saatchi's London office where he was global creative director on the P&G Head & Shoulders business. (The duo are pictured above in an old photo from their Lowe Mena days).


Really? said:

It's a bit weird that he is being replaced by his former partner.

Downturn said:

ECD on global Head & Shoulders....seems like they're really shooting for the stars.

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