Cheil Thailand bolsters creative offering with hire of Satit Jantawiwat as chief creative officer

Satit Jantawiwat_CCO of Cheil Thailand.jpgCheil Worldwide has appointed Satit Jantawiwat as Chief Creative Officer of Cheil Thailand to bolster its creative competitiveness in the market.
Jantawiwat joins Cheil Thailand in February.

With career spanning over 20 years in Thai ad industry, Jantawiwat (pictured left) has rich experience working in global creative agencies. Before joining Cheil, Jantawiwat served as Chief Creative Officer at J. Walter Thompson Bangkok. Prior to that, he was Creative Group Head at TBWA Thailand. Jantawiwat has won multiple international and local awards including Cannes Lions and D&AD.

Jaebum Ahn, President of Cheil Thailand said, "Cheil has been gaining a strong foothold in Thailand over the past decade and now aims to grow into top tier creative agency in the market. Having Satit to lead our creative, we look forward to adding values to our existing clients and winning new businesses."

Jantawiwat said, "Having the opportunity to work at Cheil Thailand is challenging yet exciting as Cheil values both creativity and technology. I strongly believe that having Samsung and local brands as our clients can help push Cheil Thailand further to deliver outstanding creative work - setting new standard and scaling up our business nationally and globally."

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