Daisy Primayanti handed managing director and market leader role at Burson-Marsteller Indonesia

Burson-Marsteller has appointed Daisy Primayanti as managing director and market leader at its Indonesia offices.

Newly appointed: Daisy Primayanti
Newly appointed: Daisy Primayanti

She joins from the ABN AMRO Bank in Indonesia where she was country head of communications for the firm.

Bob Pickard, president and CEO Asia Pacific, Burson-Marsteller said: 'This is an important hire for Burson-Marsteller in a strategically important market.'

She will build on our strong track record in Indonesia and further develop our offerings in technology, digital and healthcare.'

Primayanti will report to Pickard and starts with immediate effect.

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