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Havas Immerse Malaysia announces key promotion lineup

Havas Immerse Malaysia announces key promotion lineup
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Digital agency Havas Immerse in Malaysia has announced its key promotion lineup namely Liew San Ling as general manager, Khaleeq Sarfaraz as associate creative director, Jacqueline Chin as business unit director, and Alvin Pak as senior art director. Other appointments include Khoo Cai Lin as senior account manager and Nur Amirah as account manager.

In his new role, Liew will focus on client service, strategic thinking, innovation and effectiveness and commercial growth and profitability of the agency. He also has over 22 years of experience in brand and account management across various client portfolios.

Meanwhile, Sarfaraz has over 11 years of experience working across regional and local clients such as Telekom Malaysia, Celcom Xpax, KFC, Durex, Libresse and MINI, in his elevated role, Sarfaraz responsibilities lie in managing the creative and copy writing team across Havas’ client portfolio.

Aside from her other responsibilities, Chin will also lead the operations of CCube Studio within the premises of Unilever Malaysia’s headquarters – a first-of-its-kind collaboration between Havas Immerse and Unilever in Malaysia.

Meanwhile, Pak’s new key responsibilities include providing marketing solutions with campaigns conceptualisation, art direction, and design for clients across the region. 

Speaking about the promotions, Andrew Lee, group managing director for Havas Immerse Malaysia said, “Exceptional talent drives our client-centric, outcome-oriented way of working. These are all well-deserved promotions who have played an important role in growing our agency in Malaysia and will continue to drive the momentum that has made our operations so successful.”

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