J. Walter Thompson Singapore appoints highly awarded Jon Loke as executive creative director

Marco Versolato & Jon Loke.jpgJ. Walter Thompson Singapore has appointed Jon Loke as Executive Creative Director, assuming creative leadership over a key cluster of local and international accounts.

Effective immediately, Loke (pictured right) reports to J. Walter Thompson Chief Creative Officer and Global Executive Creative Director, Lux, Marco Versolato (pictured left) who commented, "Jon's strength in both creativity and effectiveness makes him a great addition to our team as we build out a mix of expertise and experience. Welcome Jon!"
Jacco ter Schegget CEO, South East Asia J. Walter Thompson Company said, "As we push forward with our business transformation for J. Walter Thompson and Mirum in SEA, we are seeing the next wave of young creative leadership emerge - recently Park and Pete in Bangkok, and now Jon in Singapore. Having learned their craft over a period of constant reinvention, they view change as the norm, as an opportunity rather than an uncertainty, making them ideally suited to guide our clients into the future."

With more than 18 years of experience in advertising and design, Loke has consistently won all major awards for both Creative & Effectiveness across all categories including Press, Outdoor, Promo & Activation, Direct, Digital, Mobile, Media, PR & Design for global brands including Philips, Proctor & Gamble, Coke, SingTel, Lego & The Economist.

Loke has won over 15 Cannes Lions and 2 D&AD Yellow Pencils. He was also part of Singapore's most successful anti-smoking campaign "I QUIT", which was awarded Effies and IPA Gold for Health Promotion Board - the highest marketing effectiveness accolade ever awarded to a brand in Singapore.

Loke also regularly represents Singapore as a judge at international and regional award shows including Cannes Advertising Festival, New York Advertising Festival, Asia Pacific Advertising Festival, Citra Pariwara Award and the Singapore Creative Circle Awards.

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