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Jul 18, 2019

Publicis Groupe announces APAC CCO

New client-officer role to be taken on by current SEA CEO Nicolas Menat.

Publicis Groupe announces APAC CCO

Publicis Groupe has announced that Nicolas Menat will take on the newly created role of Asia-Pacific chief client officer.

Menat will be CCO in addition to his existing role as CEO of Publicis Groupe Southeast Asia, based in Singapore. Menat joined the holding group in 1989 and has held various leadership roles in APAC for the last 15 years.

“I am thrilled to take this on and work together with our country and client leaders, to continue developing stronger and brighter creative ideas, and overall drive more impact for the benefit of our clients,” Menat said in a statement.

Loris Nold, Publicis Groupe APAC & MEA CEO, said: “Partnering with our clients to drive business impact for them is our single most important mission. With Nicolas’ appointment we have a great opportunity to accelerate on our ambition.”

(This article first appeared on CampaignAsia.com)

Source:
Campaign India

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