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Industry expert Sandra Christie David has been hired by recruiting firm font to head Singapore operations, bringing with her 20 years of experience to the role.
David’s addition to font as Singapore country manager, effective May 5, 2015, marks the company’s continual investment in experienced marketing professionals for its Asia clients.
In this position, David will manage font’s growth and development in Singapore, continuing to build font as a recruiter of choice for agencies and actively engaging with industry bodies based locally.
Says Jacqui Barrat, director of font, on the appointment, “Sandra is an exceptional choice to lead the team in Singapore, with extremely valuable industry and management expertise.”
“Her impressive background covers the entire spectrum of sectors and industries font is specialised in, which further highlights our dedication to providing knowledgeable talent agents who have first-hand experience in the marketing, digital and creative industry.”
Adds David, “font has established itself as one of the top recruiters in a growing industry hungry for more talent.
“I’m thrilled to be leading the charge in Singapore with font’s winning formula – matching the best talent with top organisations through talent agents with first-hand industry knowledge.”
She joins font from Sedgwick Richardson, where she was most recently senior business development manager, in charge of acquiring new business in investment branding, performance reporting and digital investor relations communications.
She has also previously held specialist roles within public relations and advertising agencies, such as Grey Group, Mandate and Saatchi Lab Malaysia.
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