Jack Morton opens Singapore office

Branding consultancy Jack Morton Worldwide has opened an office in Singapore to meet demand from clients in the country and the rest of Asia.

The office, which opens this week, will be led by director of operations for the Singapore office Charles Robinson, who previously headed up the production team at Jack Morton Worldwide’s office in Hong Kong. Robinson will report to Jack Morton Asia-Pacific president Ben Taylor.

The new office will support new and existing clients in Singapore, as well as in the rest of Asia, including China, where the consultancy reported a 300 per cent growth in 2010.

Jack Morton Worldwide chief executive Josh McCall says, ‘Opening in Singapore gives us a new base to support local and regional clients as well as further momentum to grow Jack Morton in Asia-Pacific.’

He adds, ’Our clients are global or aim to be, so the more “worldwide” we can be at Jack Morton Worldwide, the better we can fulfil their needs.’

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