Sidhaesh Subrah (pictured), client services director for Saatchi & Saatchi Singapore, has left the role, one which he held since February 2016 last year, according to his LinkedIn.
During his tenure at Saatchi & Saatchi Singapore, Subrah was responsible for managing and growing relationships with the agency’s key clients including FWD and Subway. He reported to Lou Dela Pena, CEO of Publicis Communications Singapore, who confirmed that he will be leaving due to personal reasons and wished him well.
He also held a stint at Publicis Singapore as group account director, where he worked with Audi, Singpost, Virgin Active, and Accor Hotels. He has also worked in agencies such as Grey, O&M and TBWA. Marketing has reached out to Subrah on his next move.
Most recently, Saatchi & Saatchi Singapore appointed Rosalind Lee as general manager, a role reportedly previously held by Celevel Butler, who left in November last year and joined as managing partner of Edelman.
Lee’s appointment commences in July 2017 and will see her reporting to Dela Pena. In her new role, Lee will be responsible for the day-to-day management, brand leadership and expansion of the agency’s client portfolio into a mix of international and local brands.
She will also run the Saatchi & Saatchi Singapore team together with chief creative officer, Dominic Stallard. She arrives from AMV-London where she built her career on brands such as Sainsbury, British Telecom, FedEx and Virgin.