FILTR expands team with appointment of Brown as Communications Director

By Andrew Pentol |

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New FILTR Communications Director James Brown.

Global integrated retail marketing and design agency FILTR has added to its communications and public relations department with the appointment of James Brown as Communications Director.

Based in Singapore, Brown, who has a wealth of experience creating and executing global trade, consumer and digital PR campaigns, reports to Co-Founder and Content Director Nick Sutton.

Prior to joining FILTR, he spent nine years working for London agency Richmond & Towers, working with brands such as Jameson Irish Whiskey, Havana Club rum and Spanish beer Estrella Damm.

EXPANDING TEAM

Sutton commented: “We are delighted to welcome James to the FILTR team, which now stands at 27 people across our Singapore and London hubs. James’ skillset enhances our scope of communications services in the consumer and digital spheres, ensuring we continue to grow and evolve with the communications needs and aspirations of our clients in the travel retail sector.”

Brown added: “With such an impressive client list, breadth of projects and reputation among major travel retail stakeholders, it’s a really exciting time to join the FILTR team. Attending my first TFWA World Exhibition & Conference in Cannes last week was the perfect introduction to the channel and I look forward to helping FILTR and its clients go from strength to strength.”

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