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Profero Singapore hires Greta Corke as creative UX director

Independent digital agency network Profero has hired Greta Corke as creative user experience director based in the Singapore office. Corke will report to Profero’s Southeast Asia MD Stuart Edwards.

The announcement:

Greta CorkeSingapore: Profero, the world’s largest independent digital agency, has significantly increased its strategic and customer experience design capacity with the appointment of Greta Corke as Creative UX Director.

Based in Profero’s Singapore office, Mrs Corke will be responsible for the best practice customer experience of digital applications, mobile devices and ecommerce channels across South East Asia. The appointment is effective immediately, reporting directly into South East Asia MD Stuart Edwards.

Mrs Corke has over a decade of experience in consumer digital media, most recently holding the title of Creative UX Director for London digital agency LBi. In this role she managed digital production for a number of high profile brands including BT, Lloyds, Coca Cola, TSB and Halifax.

Prior to LBi she founded and successfully ran her own tech product company DIY KYOTO, designing and producing hi-tech energy saving products for the home.

Mr Edwards said he was delighted to be able to welcome a high caliber digital professional of Greta’s caliber to the team.

“This appointment is a strategic hire to further reinforce Profero’s dominance in the region as the go-to digital agency for retail marketing solutions that meet Asian customers needs,” he said.

Mrs Corke also expressed her excitement at becoming part of Profero’s expanding global network.

“Asia is one of the world’s most exciting regions for innovative digital marketing, and I’m looking forward to bringing my experience in creating customer-centric platforms to the Profero team,” she added.

The appointment follows a number of exciting recent developments in the region for Profero including being appointed global digital agency of record for DFS, Profero Japan’s recent merger with local communications agency Alien Eye and the relocation of co-founder and Global CEO Wayne Arnold to Singapore earlier this year.

Source: press release

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