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Mongoose Media Elevates Patrick Brennan To Group CEO
Date: 4 July 2016
Source: Mongoose Publishing


Kuala Lumpur, July 4th 2016 - Mongoose Media today announced some changes to its senior management structure. Effective Monday 4th July 2016, Group CEO, Graham Paling will take on the new role of Executive Chairman, and Patrick Brennan, Group Business Development Director is promoted to Group CEO.

Mongoose is a leading, multi-award winning media house so it comes as no surprise that the company is reflecting this growth and success internally. Brennan’s rapid progression within Mongoose Media is a testament to his “drive to take Mongoose to the next level” as stated by Graham Paling on Brennan’s initial appointment. Brennan commented “having spent the past few months getting to know the Mongoose business, its world class portfolio, the wonderful people responsible for the company’s success, and having recognised its enormous potential, it’s fair to say that I am more energized than ever to lead Mongoose Media to new heights.” Brennan will continue to be responsible for business development, but will now also take on the operations management of the business, including the Singapore office, and will be based in Kuala Lumpur.

Executive Chairman, Graham Paling will see a change of scenery for the next twelve months as he returns to the UK to focus on his UK and USA business interests. Paling said “I am confident that the company will continue to develop under Patrick’s leadership and while I will not be as involved in the day-to-day management on Mongoose in Malaysia, I will remain a key figure in the company’s future and will be focused on overall company strategy.”

Mongoose recently announced a number of new appointments to its senior management team including Editorial Director, Muna Noor; Marketing Director, Brendan Carey; and Sales Director for Special Projects, Felicia Leong. So it is safe to say the fastest growing media company in Malaysia is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon.