King Content Singapore’s strategy head Daniel Hochuli leaves company

Another senior figure at Isentia’s content marketing agency King Content in Singapore is leaving the company following a number of turbulent months.

Moving on: Daniel Hochuli

Daniel Hochuli, who headed the agency’s content strategy in Singapore, is moving on after two and half years to take up a similar position with LinkedIn.

His departure follows that of Asia’s commercial director, Peter Bakker, who left King Content in January after six years. He had been with company since its launch into Asia in 2010.

The Australia-founded company, which was bought by Isentia for AU$48 million in 2015, recently overhauled its leadership following a steep revenue drop in November.

At the time, Isentia boss John Croll signalled that King Content founder Craig Hodges would become chairman with a view to exiting the company in June this year.

Two months later, King Content appointed a new CEO for the Asia-Pacific region in the form of Matt Stanton, who previously headed Bauer Media in Australia.

Speaking to Mumbrella Asia, Stanton said: “Daniel is a great guy and he goes with our blessing. It has been extremely amicable and we wish him well in his next role.”

Nobody has been appointed to replace Hochuli as of yet.


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