Campaign India Team
Dec 18, 2009

iris names Rebecca Cox as head, business development for APAC

Integrated marketing agency, iris, has brought Rebecca Cox on board to the newly created role of head of business development for Asia Pacific. Cox will relocate to the agency’s Singapore office from its London headquarters, where she will be responsible for marketing iris’ integrated capabilities to prospective and existing clients, which include Sony Ericsson, Microsoft, Unilever, Tiger, Shell and Diageo.She will report in to the agency’s recently appointed CEO for APAC, Josh Thomson.

iris names Rebecca Cox as head, business development for APAC

Integrated marketing agency, iris, has brought Rebecca Cox on board to the newly created role of head of business development for Asia Pacific. Cox will relocate to the agency’s Singapore office from its London headquarters, where she will be responsible for marketing iris’ integrated capabilities to prospective and existing clients, which include Sony Ericsson, Microsoft, Unilever, Tiger, Shell and Diageo.

She will report in to the agency’s recently appointed CEO for APAC, Josh Thomson.

Cox, who previously held the global role of group new business manager, will spearhead iris’ new business initiatives for the region, working with the local managing directors of iris’ offices in Singapore, India, China, Sydney and Melbourne.

Said Thomson, “Rebecca has only been onboard in APAC for a couple of weeks and already she’s opened up several new opportunities in Singapore, India, Hong Kong and Australia with a series of major blue-chip brands. This is about us transplanting our best talent as we target bigger opportunities in China and elsewhere.”

Cox said: “I love the fact that iris is constantly evolving and is not afraid to change with the times – it feels like we cannot be second-guessed and that we strike fear into older established agencies out there. I’m looking forward to being part of iris’ growth in such an exciting region.”

Prior to joining iris in 2007, Cox was new business manager at London-based creative agency The Design Conspiracy.

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