Claudian Navin re-elected as MAA president


Malaysian Advertisers Association (MAA) president Claudian Navin Stanislaus

PETALING JAYA: Claudian Navin Stanislaus has been re-elected as the Malaysian Advertisers Association (MAA) president at the association’s recent AGM.

Foong Ai Peng also retained her position as vice-president at the event.

Their reappointment comes with an overwhelming endorsement from members, reflecting widespread confidence in their leadership.

The duo is committed to advancing the transformative agenda set during the previous term to enhance the landscape for advertisers across Malaysia, MAA said in a statement.

Building on the successes of their initial term, Navin unveiled plans for the new council, charged with driving the association’s strategic vision and fulfilling its commitments.

This council, an assembly of seasoned experts and innovative thinkers from diverse sectors, aims to collaborate closely with the executive team to address key challenges, inspire innovation and steer the industry toward a prosperous future.

The council members consist of various companies which include Coca-Cola Far East Ltd, Danone Specialised Nutrition Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Genting Malaysia Bhd, Grab Taxi Holdings Pte Ltd, Heineken Malaysia Bhd, Mondelez Malaysia Sales Sdn Bhd, Nestle Products Sdn Bhd, Tune Group Sdn Bhd and Unilever (M) Holdings Sdn Bhd.

“We are humbled by the re-election and the trust and assurance our members place in our vision and unwavering commitment to serve their interests.

“The establishment of the new council is a pivotal step in intensifying our efforts to deliver impactful changes and significant advancements.

“Our agenda for the next term is focused on solidifying the groundwork laid previously while also embracing innovative collaborations and advancements for the betterment of our members and the industry as a whole,” Navin said.

Addressing the challenges of the current climate, the MAA has strategically supported its members by enhancing knowledge through a series of targeted micro-events, designed to keep members well-informed without imposing additional burdens.

Foong reiterated the significance of unity and collaborative effort in realising the association’s objectives.

“As we commence this new term, we acknowledge the forthcoming challenges and the critical need for solidarity in surmounting them.

“The formation of this council is a testament to our dedication to inclusivity, diversity and our collective endeavour for a brighter future for all members,’” she noted.

Further illustrating the association’s proactive approach, Navin highlighted recent collaborations with institutes of higher learning (IHL) and small and medium enterprises through its IHL and affiliated member programmes, respectively, which also expands opportunities in research and job placement.

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