Adrian Miller relocates from Ogilvy’s Indonesia office to Malaysia

10 November 2021 1 min. read

The Chief Creative Officer of Ogilvy in Indonesia – Adrian Miller – has announced he will relocate to Malaysia to take on the same role at the firm’s Kuala Lumpur office.

Starting January 1st, Adrian Miller has been appointed Chief Creative Officer of Ogilvy Malaysia, taking on the reins from Kurt Novack, who held the role for the past three years and now returns to Paris to reconnect with family. 

“The last three years at Ogilvy Indonesia have been an incredible experience. The growth and transformation we’ve been able to achieve as a team is testament to putting work first,” said Miller. 

Adrian Miller relocates from Ogilvy’s Indonesia office to Malaysia

Among his notable achievements are helping the office win mandates from key existing clients such as BP, Nestlé, Mondelēz and Unilever, and new clients including Pizza Hut and World Food Programme. In addition, the office was named agency of the year by Campaign Asia, as well as the country’s number one creative agency by Smarties. 

“Adrian is a big reason why our Jakarta office has improved greatly during his tenure,” said Reed Collins, Ogilvy’s Chief Creative Officer for Asia. “As he returns ‘home’ to Malaysia, I have no doubt he will bring the same energy and commitment in driving even greater outcomes for our clients in Kuala Lumpur.”

Nizwani Shahar, Chief Executive of Ogilvy Malaysia added: “I’m just thrilled to see Adrian’s return to Malaysia. This is a game-changer for us. It’s not often you see local talent with unrivalled international experience at the helm, and the creative reputation to really set the standard for the market moving forward.”

Founded in 1948, Ogilvy is one of the globe’s leading creative and communications consultancy. The firm – part of the WPP conglomerate – has more than 120 offices in 80+ countries.