Click2View unveils new management structure as Singapore content agency reaches fifth year

Click2View has unveiled a new-look management line-up and a renewed focus on “journalist-quality” content, with co-founders Neal Moore and Simon Kearney taking on new roles as the Singapore-based content marketing agency celebrates its fifth birthday.

The Click2View crew

The Click2View crew: the Singapore-based content marketing agency has turned five

Former journalist Kearney is relinquishing his position as managing director to take on a more strategic role as CEO and editor-in-chief, and CEO Moore is stepping back from the day to day running of the business, but will remain as the public face of the company.

Kearney said: “Click2View is finding that journalist-quality content is leading the way in solving our client’s customer’s problems. My experience as a syndicated political editor at News Corp and chief of staff on Australia’s biggest-selling newspaper will help us create more of this useful, authentic and engaging content that helps solve business problems.”

Filling Kearney’s former role of MD is David Holloway, who joins Click2View from tech start-up Temasys where he was vice president.

Holloway has worked in management and business development roles at firms including AOL, Microsoft, BMG Entertainment and ChaosMusic.

Moore, who was appointed to the Internet Advertising Bureau of Singapore’s leadership council in February, will remain on the board and support Kearney and Holloway in an advisory capacity.

Moore said that while he’s proud to have led Click2View through its first five years, as the company has transitioned from a production company into a content agency, “the next phase of evolution will be driven by Simon’s deep editorial experience supported by David’s management expertise.”

“Between the two of them I believe we have in place a management partnership poised to oversee incredible growth both in the content marketing sector and the APAC region,” Moore said.

Also joining the company to build an internal communications offering is Matt Edwards, formerly a creative director at internal comms firm FilmEditGo, with experience working for a number of large utilities in the UK.

The agency recently moved office locations from Short Street, Little India to Amoy Street, Chinatown (pictured, above).


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