News: Consulting firm Prophet opens Singapore office

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Consulting firm Prophet opens Singapore office

The Singapore office will be Prophet’s Southeast Asia hub for business growth and client support.
Consulting firm Prophet opens Singapore office

The global consulting firm Prophet has announced the opening of its Singapore office, making it the third in Asia in addition to its existing Hong Kong and Shanghai offices. The Singapore office will be Prophet’s Southeast Asia hub for business growth and client support.

“Prophet’s strategic expansion in Singapore builds on our momentum in the Asia-Pacific region, reinforcing our commitment to helping clients in the region unlock uncommon growth by helping them drive their brand, experience, and digital transformation agendas,” said Michael Dunn, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer.

“Southeast Asia is the fourth largest region in terms of population and one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. We’ve seen a rapid evolution of the business landscape and climate across Southeast Asia powered by digital innovation and the ASEAN integration,” added Jacqueline Alexis Thng, Partner, “We are excited about our new venture in Singapore, the central hub of Southeast Asia and a ‘smart nation’ who is home to a number of world’s most exciting tech unicorns.”

“The rising growth of the Southeast Asia market is important for both multinational and homegrown companies,” said Jay Milliken, Senior Partner, and Asia Regional Lead.  

Previously based in Prophet’s Hong Kong office, Jacqueline Alexis Thng will be returning to her home country to lead Prophet’s Singapore office, bringing more than 20 years’ industry experience and a track record of success working with leading companies in the region. She is also a well-known thought leader, having recently chaired the MoneyLIVE: Digital Banking APAC in Singapore.

 

 

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Topics: #Appointments, C-Suite

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