Anton Reyniers joins DDB Singapore in the role of regional planning director for ExxonMobil

Anton Reyniers.jpgDDB Singapore has appointed Anton Reyniers as Regional Planning Director.

Working alongside Regional Business Director Gustaf Wick, Reyniers (pictured) will take responsibility for the regional strategic leadership on the ExxonMobil account for Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Thailand and Singapore.
 
Reyniers relocates from Jakarta to Singapore to assume his new role, effective in September. This marks his second stint in Singapore, following previous appointments with BBDO and JWT. Originally from the UK, Reyniers' extensive experience working in strategic roles internationally has taken him from Publicis and BBH in London to, most recently, Jakarta, where he led planning across Ogilvy's group divisions.
 
"We are building great momentum as a team, and thrilled to have brought in such exceptional new talent to DDB Singapore," said Wick. "Anton is a thoroughly nice chap who will be a great partner in taking our strategic product to the next level."
Reyniers said, "DDB has built a superb team around ExxonMobil, particularly under Gus' leadership. I'm really excited about getting into the key markets and helping with their unique problems and positions. That's what got me excited, and I'm eager to get plugged into the marketing excellence that's at DDB."

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