Digital communications agency, Dog, has strengthened its senior team hiring digital marketer, Josephine Jeremiah (pictured), as the agency’s regional account director.
With over 10 years’ experience, Jeremiah will join Dog’s client services team, leading effective delivery of projects and campaigns for global brands while supporting the business growth strategy across the APAC region.
Most recently, Jeremiah held the position of regional digital account director at J. Walter Thompson Hong Kong, with previous experience working with global brands at agencies including Wunderman I AGENDA Malaysia, Mirum Malaysia, and Cheil Worldwide Singapore.
In her new role, she will be working with global brands such as Royal Brunei Airlines, Tourism New Zealand, and Aberdeen Asset Management, while giving her the freedom to work in a dynamic way as part of an independent agency.
In addition to client service delivery, she will assist the leadership team in further developing Dog’s service proposition according to client needs, while navigating regional markets to ensure steady growth of the business. Jeremiah joins Dog following its opening in Jakarta in April.
Dog’s CEO Gerry McCusker, said:
“The energy, commitment and passion that drives her work and the personal touch she applies to each project, are valuable attributes in our industry. She has quickly demonstrated her ability to think strategically and lead the team on some of our key client accounts. We’re delighted to welcome Josephine, her skills making her the perfect candidate to implement exceptional client service delivery while helping to drive the agency forward.”
“From the outset I recognised that the agency nurtures a culture of creativity, collaboration and flexibility. Each of Dog’s offices, from Singapore and Jakarta, to London and Glasgow, communicates openly and takes an agile approach to global service delivery. It’s extremely energising and I’m excited to be part of such a talented team creating amazing work for great clients,” Jeremiah added.