Asia-Pacific News In Brief (September 25, 2023)

(MENAFN- PRovoke) SYDNEY - Bastion Reputation has appointed Campbell Fuller to the role of principal consultant, crisis, risk and regulation.
Fuller (pictured) most recently held the position of executive director communications at New South Wales Treasury. Prior to this, he spent nine years as general manager communications and media relations at the Insurance Council of Australia.
Fuller has led teams of communications professionals in crisis and issues management and provided extensive advisory service to executives. He brings a wealth of experience having also worked as a journalist in Melbourne and held leadership roles in two agencies.

MELBOURNE - Icon Agency has expanded with the addition of three new team members. Emma Bridgeman, who formerly held senior roles at Apple, Ogilvy and Herd MSL, has been named director of technology and B2B. Joining her in the Sydney office is Stefanie Safahi who, as senior account director, will leverage extensive expertise in enterprise technology and startups from her prior position at Folklore Ventures. Rania Aissaoui, who has a background in crisis and reputation management from Ogilvy and Teneo, will serve as account director, contributing to Icon Reputation, the agency's crisis and issues management division.

MELBOURNE - Think HQ has hired Thom Landers as group account director to lead the firm's Melbourne team. In this role, Landers will collaborate with Think HQ's comms specialists concerning strategy and insights, creative, production CultureVerse and the First Nations team. Landers worked for six years at Edelman in both Sydney and Melbourne where he held account director, senior account director and associate director roles.

SYDNEY - VA Media has appointed Organic Pacific and Havas as its new agency to support international growth ambitions. The partnership will include development of global strategy, international brand profiling and industry event approach.

SINGAPORE - Eastwest PR has been selected as the strategic PR agency partner for Tenable. The partnership aims to enhance Tenable's brand visibility and media influence in Singapore and the Southeast Asia region in the realm of cybersecurity. Eastwest will utilize its expertise to strategically advise and shape Tenable's PR program, The appointment comes after a competitive request for proposal process that involved several
Singapore-based agencies.


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