Li Wen Chua joins FutureBrand in Singapore in the position of strategy director

Liwen Chua Photo.jpgFutureBrand Singapore appoints Li Wen Chua to the role of Strategy Director. Chua (pictured) brings with her a strong track record in branding, insights and innovation after a decade spent working in China on both local and regional engagements for clients as diverse as Audi, AB InBev and L'Oreal. Having relocated from Shanghai to Singapore, she will bring further strategic experience to complement a team already bolstered by new Creative Director Carola Gerlach earlier in the year.

Catherine Barr Randall, Executive Director South East Asia, said, "We are thrilled Li Wen has
chosen to join FutureBrand - she will bring her consumer insights expertise and China market
knowledge to strengthen our team and offer to our clients across Asia Pacific. Our local market
expertise has been strengthened this year by our uniquely integrated regional presence, and I'm
confident that Li Wen will only amplify this."

Chua commented, "I am excited to be joining FutureBrand Asia Pacific as the company continues to drive a compelling combination of deep consumer immersion with the strategic insight that leads to creative solutions - for clients in Singapore and beyond."

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