Click2View founder Neal Moore exits agency to pursue film career

The founder and former chief executive officer of Singaporean content marketing agency Click2View has left the company after seven years.

Neal Moore, who co-founded the business in October 2010 with partner Simon Kearney, has sold his 50 per cent share of the company, in order to focus on his film production company Moore’s Lore Media. 

The former children’s television producer and journalist has a production in the pipeline based on the book Berlin Bromley by Bertie Marshall, which covers the London punk scene in the 1970s. 

During his tenure of CEO between 2010 and 2015, he helped grow the company from video production unit to a content creation agency with more than 20 members of staff.

In 2015 he stepped back from the business to focus on personal projects before returning in 2016 as executive content director, while Kearney took on the role of CEO.

Moore’s shares have been sold to Singapore-based investor James Ient, who will take on an executive role, but will not be responsible for running the day-to-day business.

Kearney said: “Neal and I started with quite literally nothing and have built up a firm that has a rock-solid foundation in the market in South East Asia.

“We’ve built an excellent team, creating great content. I couldn’t be prouder of what we’ve achieved together. I wish Neal well in his future endeavours, which will no doubt be just as successful.”

Moore will continue as an advisor to the company.


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