Publicis Malaysia hires Lee Tak Shune out of BBDO to fill executive creative director role

Tak Shune.jpgLee Tak Shune has been appointed to the Executive Creative Director role at Publicis Malaysia.

Lee (left), who was most recently Creative Director at BBDO Malaysia, has worked on brands including Fonterra, U Mobile, Guardian, Vinda, Unilever, Tesco Malaysia, BMW, Nando's, Expedia and Eveready. With 17 years of creative experience behind him, his body of work has been recognized at leading awards shows that includes Cannes Lions, London International Awards, Spikes Asia, AdFest, the Kancil Awards and the EFFIES Awards.

In his new role, Lee has been tasked with overall creative leadership of Publicis Malaysia as well as responsibilities to selected brands within the agency.
Tan Kien Eng, Chief Executive Officer, Publicis One Malaysia said, "We are driving transformational change across the entire Publicis One business model where we seek dynamic creative talents who are ready for change, adapt and take charge on these changes across our large and diverse business. Shune brings a lot of that energy and we are looking forward to have him on board to drive the creative innovation of our clients, as well as play an integral role in Publicis One's creative council."

 
"I can't wait to get started on forging a great creative culture at Publicis - one that celebrates the joy of creating every day without fear of failure. Getting to collaborate with the many experts in different disciplines within Publicis One is also something I look forward to and believe can only result in cut-through work for our clients who deserve nothing less." said Lee.

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