Singapore – Reprise, IPG Mediabrands’ performance marketing agency, has announced the appointment of Neha Tejuja to the newly created role of head of performance strategy for Reprise Asia-Pacific. Tejuja will be based in the agency’s regional headquarters in Singapore.
Tejuja holds an extensive understanding of strategic leadership and expertise in the industry with over a decade and a half of experience driving vision for clients’ businesses within creative teams across local, regional and global markets. Tejuja joins Reprise from her prior role as senior strategy director and e-commerce lead for Wunderman Thompson Singapore where she was responsible for delivering end-to-end strategies.
Other than Wunderman, Tejuja also held strategic roles in Grey Group in Singapore and Publicis Groupe in India. In her new role as the APAC head of performance strategy for Reprise, Tejuja will be responsible for establishing best-in-class performance strategy across the region, collaborating closely with the regional strategic leadership at integrated partner agencies UM and Initiative on driving growth, business performance and vision implementation for the growing Asia Pacific region.
Tejuja commented, “I was drawn to Reprise for its excellent performance marketing credentials and high-quality strategic process. I’m passionate about making that offering come to life for our diverse set of clients and elevate the strategic success that our teams are achieving across APAC.”
Pippa Berlocher, president of Reprise APAC, to whom Tejuja will be reporting, commented that Tejuja is a passionate leader with a proven track record of helping some of the largest global client brands reach their utmost potential across the APAC region.
Berlocher added, “In addition to this, she invests just as much care into helping her team around her reach theirs. Tejuja’s energy, creativity and expert experience make her a valuable addition to our growing regional executive team as we expand upon our established Performance Marketing proposition and reputation in the Asia-Pacific region.”