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CUE Group adds two new key executive roles to its Singapore hub

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Zainudin Nordin (left) and Daniel Posavac (right)
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Singapore – CUE Group, a Singapore-headquartered digital technology group, has appointed two key executive roles to its Singapore hub, as part of its continued expansion across SEA. The appointees include Zainudin Nordin, the new executive director of CUE Group SEA, and Daniel Posavac, the new managing director of CUE Group SEA.

In his new role, Nordin will be focusing on driving strategic developments across the region and exploring growth opportunities for the company. At the start of his career, Nordin served as an engineer, lecturer, and manager at the IC Design Centre in Nanyang Polytechnic for 15 years. He later moved into various roles in Singapore Parliament and other governmental bodies. His modern business prowess has been made evident over the past two years with the digital transformation of the food and beverage group Iron Chef F&B, where he occupied the post of Chief Strategy Officer. 

Meanwhile, Posavac will be doubling down on his new post while retaining his position as group CEO of Bonsey Jaden, CUE Group’s digital agency. Prior to the acquisition, he had driven the growth of the Singapore-headquartered agency for almost a decade and will continue to be hands-on in leading and expanding their client portfolio globally. 

CUE Group said that these major internal developments come at a time of exciting talent search that is constantly gaining speed in Singapore. The expansion spells not only growth for CUE and Bonsey Jaden, but also exciting potential opportunities for the job market throughout the region.

Posavac commented, “I’m thrilled to be opening another chapter in what has been an amazing journey so far, and I am confident in the vision and strategy we have for CUE in Southeast Asia.“

Meanwhile, Nordin said, “We see a huge talent opportunity in Singapore and across Southeast Asia, and we feel the timing is right for our next stage of growth!”

Shi Kan, group CEO of CUE, said, “We are bullish on the economic potential in Southeast Asia and I believe with the business network we have built; as an international team with a global vision, we are in a strong position to drive growth for our clients and partners.”

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