Landmark hires Gimbel to drive Asian push


Tod Gimbel has been appointed as Landmark Asia’s managing director asCourtney Lutterman becomes director of the firm.

Gimbel has over 20 years’ experience in senior public affairs roles with Citibank, Kraft Foods, Levi Strauss & Company, Altria Group and Miller Brewing Company.

He has spent close to a decade in the Asia-Pacific region and in each role Tod designed, built, and managed public affairs functions in Asia.

Lutterman has over seven years’ experience in advisory roles for public and private sector clients in Asia and North America, including the Government of Singapore and Ernst & Young.

In each role Courtney advised clients on market access and international trade issues. She is a recent MBA recipient from INSEAD Singapore.

Landmark Public Affairs founder Rocco Renaldi said: “We are delighted to have Tod on board in Asia. His vast corporate experience in the Asia-Pacific region will allow us to offer clients strong insights, perspectives, advice, and operational support in this dynamic part of the world.  The addition of Courtney also brings expertise and exuberance to our growing Landmark Asia team.”

Gimbel added: “I’m very excited to join Landmark Asia. Organizations are increasingly aware that external forces such as governments and interest groups impact business success. Each country in Asia is very different so there is no ‘cookie cutter’ method to manage those forces. I look forward to helping clients establish intelligent and effective strategies and tactics that will allow them to manage their external environment in Asia.”

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