Google Singapore names new country director to replace Joanna Flint

Google Singapore has appointed a new country director to replace Joanna Flint, who was promoted to managing director of agency business for the Asia Pacific region in May.

The Silicon Valley giant’s current country director for New Zealand, Stephanie Davis, will move to Singapore to take on the role in August this year.

Stephanie Davis

Davis first joined Google in San Francisco in 2006 as the head of publisher partnership and has since held a number of senior roles at the organisation.

She relocated to New Zealand last year to replace Tony Keusgen, who was relocated to take over the country director role in Indonesia.

Davis officially takes over the new role on August 14. She said: “I am really excited to take on this new opportunity to lead the team in Singapore, building on the great work that Joanna has achieved in the last few years.

“I look forward to taking the team onwards and helping our partners in Singapore succeed. I hope my experience will bring new perspectives to the stellar team in Singapore.”

Davis’ predecessor Flint now leads Google’s in-house creative agency The Zoo and oversees the tech giant’s partnerships with regional creative and media agencies.



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