BBH Singapore has promoted David Webster (pictured), the current managing partner and chief growth officer to the role of managing director. Webster will take on greater responsibilities for the day to day running of the business and maintain his client leadership of certain regional and global clients including Nike. He will report to John Hadfield, the CEO of BBH Singapore.
Webster moved to BBH Singapore in 2008, after seven years working with BBH and Leo Burnett London. Over the past 10 years, he has risen from associate account director to managing director in Singapore. And in the last three, Webster is credited with successfully launching Black Sheep Studios & Black Sheep Design - BBH's Content, Branded Entertainment and Design divisions.
John Hadfield, CEO of BBH Singapore, said: “This is a natural progression for Webster. Over the past 10 years he has made a huge contribution to BBH Singapore, yet I believe his best is still to come. I am looking forward to partnering with David to drive continued success for our clients and for our business.”
Webster added: “BBH Singapore is a world-class agency with a unique culture of its own. I feel extremely privileged to have been part of its success story and am looking forward to working with John, the agency and our clients to write our next chapter.”