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News July 21, 2020

Warner Music hires Gerald Ang to lead Singapore business

Warner Music hires Gerald Ang to lead Singapore business

Warner Music Singapore has a new managing director. Gerald Ang will lead the major label in the territory effective immediately, reporting to Warner Music Asia president, Simon Robson.

Ang joins Warner Music after having made a career out of transforming brands and businesses through technology, storytelling, commercialisation and operations.

He has previous experience spearheading marketing operations in the region for companies including Discovery Networks and General Electric.

In his most recent position as marketing director for Singtel’s fintech and mobile financial services divisions, he grew brand awareness by 20% in just over a year.

“It’s great to welcome Gerald to the Warner Music family,” Robson said. “He has a brilliant track record in marketing and we’ll be harnessing his skills to amplify our artists’ stories.

“Singapore is a key regional hub and a gateway to South East Asia, which is experiencing explosive growth and becoming more and more influential on global streaming platforms.

“This makes it a very exciting and important market for international acts to visit on promo trips.”

Ang began his career as a co-founder of marketing agency Frontal Productions, before working for tech firms Green Dot Internet Services and NCS Group.

In 2008 he moved into the digital marketing team at BlackBerry, before becoming a brand and digital leader at General Electric in 2012.

“I’m delighted to take the helm of Warner Music Singapore at such an exciting time for Warner Music,” Ang said on his new appointment.

“We’re focused on driving business domestically by expanding our Chinese roster and we’re gearing up to welcome back our international acts and build their profile in the region.

“We’re all eager to deliver on a number of ambitious plans.”


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