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Entropia Expands Leadership Line-up With Wai Khuen Yee as Creative Chief

Wai Khuen Yee

Entropia, the new consulting meets agency appoints award-winning Director, Wai Khuen Yee as Executive Creative Director in an addition to its leadership line-up. In this role, he will lead a team of ten creative directors ranging across creative disciplines such as Campaign, Content, CRM, UX, Experiential design, personalisation etc.

He will be reporting to Prashant Kumar, Founder and Senior Partner of Entropia.

Prior to the appointment, Yee spent two years as the Executive Creative Director for Y&R Hong Kong. Across the years, Yee has won several accolades for leading brands ranging from Gold Cannes Lions, D&AD, LIA, The One Show, Clio, Spikes, Adfest, A+M Marketing Awards, Effies and Mob-EX Awards. His campaign for Mattel “Pictionary” campaign was the most awarded campaign of 2012 according to the Gunn Report.

Before Y&R Hong Kong, Yee earned nearly two decades of experience in creative roles - online and offline - in agencies such as M&C Saatchi, BBDO/Proximity, Ogilvy and Naga DDB across Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia.

Entropia is a white sheet effort to reappraise the role of creativity in the age of data and marketing automation. How can brands retain their magic in the popular culture and imagination despite such complex cluttered lives, that people lead, is a central question of marketing today.

I am excited to be a part of an ecosystem that is keen to find that answer for our clients in ways - that are both original and rigorous,” he added.

Commenting on the announcement, Kumar said, “Yee’s deep creative experience in both online and offline sides of the world, puts him in a unique place to bring together the magic of old world craft and storytelling in combination with new age creative vocabulary.

Creativity has nine lives in Entropia, and Yee has lived it all. He has seen the best, and been the best. Together with our partners, we hope he can help further boost our commitment to our clients’ businesses,” Prashant Kumar added.

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