Like all types of businesses, whether small or large, there is no denying that advertising is an important aspect to boost your branding and to survive in the market. Finding a good creative agency in Singapore can be difficult at times with various agencies in the market, although not one is the same. Here are some of the recommended creative agencies in Singapore that you might want to get in touch with.
One of the oldest agencies in the world, established in Chicago in 1935, Leo Burnett opened its doors in Singapore last 2016. They offer a comprehensive range of creative and digital solutions and specialize in brand consultancy and communications.
Covering both local and international brands, Leo Burnett offers up an extensive portfolio of clients such as Singapore Cancer Society, IKEA, and Sony.
They have also won various awards over the years including the prestigious Cannes Lions award for their work on “Little Red Riding Hood & Emperor’s New Clothes” ad campaign. To engage in their business, you may call them at +65 6718 0888 or send them an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
TBWA Singapore, the culture-defining creative agency in Singapore, prides itself on thinking outside the box by breaking conventionalities and overturning them. Also known as the Disruption Company, TBWA’s philosophy of disruption has brought them numerous success throughout the years, consistently ranking among the top 10 global advertising agencies worldwide.
They have also been recognized with top honours from every major creative award show including Cannes Lions, and the EMMY awards, as well as winning various awards for the campaigns including Michelin’s “Driving Passion” and Maybelline’s “Be Your Own Filter”. You can reach them at +65 6225 5288 or visit their office at 991C Alexandra Road.
The most critically acclaimed creative agency across the Asia-Pacific region, BBDO has created some of the world’s most compelling creative content for their clients. They have been ranked the #1 network at the 5 most prestigious creative award shows such as APAC Effies, Cannes, and Spikes Asia.
Some of BBDO’s notable ad campaigns include Guinness’ “Rise and AIA’s #WhatsYourWhy”. To get in touch, call them at +65 6533 2200 or you may visit their office at 30 Merchant Road in #03-12 Riverside Point.
With over 110 years of advertising and communications, the Japan-based Dentsu Aegis Network opened its doors in Singapore in 1994. Providing expert services related to creative, marketing, and growth solutions that help businesses with opportunities across the entire customer journey, delivering solutions for your customer lifecycle.
Working with high profile clients such as Canon, Toyota, and Uniqlo proves their admirable track record. For general inquiries, call +65 6734 0110 or send your email to email@example.com.
Founded in 1835 by Charles Louis Havas, the Group is now in over 100 countries and employs more than 20,000 people. Havas Group’s mission is to unite different brands through meaningful connections. With their simplified integrated structure, it has allowed them to build one of the most homogeneous teams in the creative industry.
Their services include Advertising, Brand Design, Digital Commerce, and Mobile Marketing to name a few. The creative design boasts a list of prominent clients such as Lacoste, Forbes, and Lego. For any inquiries, call +65 6317 6934, or find them at 80 Robinsons Road, #20-01 068898.
One of the most reputable agencies with a history of over 100 years, Grey Group has worked with clients such as Volvo, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), and Canon. Providing four different types of services that include advertising and activation, and shopper marketing. Grey Group assists its clients with new growth by tackling marketing challenges with innovative and creative strategies.
The various campaigns made by Grey Group are GSK’s #SensodyneRamadan, and P&G’s #GiletteSaultes with the Singapore Armed Forces. Reach out to them by calling +65 6511 7600 or visit their office at No. 1 Magazine Road in #03-07 Central Mall.
With a reputation in top-of-the-line services in creatives and communications, Saatchi & Saatchi was established in London in 1970 and opened its doors in Singapore in 2004. The creative design agency established 130 branches around the world.
They have worked with various clients such as Subway, HSBC, and Lexus. For any general inquiries about their services, call +65 6206 6260 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether it's breaking conventions or defying category norms, MullenLowe is a creative agency that focuses on brand strategy, and through-the-line advertising. The agency believes that the success behind their campaigns lay in their purpose-driven approach. MullenLowe has worked with PETA, Knorr, and Johnson & Johnson.
For general inquiries call +65 6849 4888 or visit their office at C.I.D.C 90 Eu Tong Sen Street Block A #04-01/02 Creative Innovative Development Centre.
Originating from New York, J. Walter Thompson was established in 1864 and has expanded to over 200 offices in 90 countries across the globe. With over 100 talented individuals in Singapore, JWT offers professional services such as branding, to digital transformation.
They have worked with reputable clients such as Changi Airport, Nikon, and Unilever to name a few. Find out more about JWT on their website or call +65 6880 5088.
Founded by David Ogilvy in 1948, its offices now span over 83 countries and 132 offices. Led by Chris Riley since 2016, Ogilvy has claimed numerous awards including two Gold Lions at Cannes 2017 for Alliance Francaise de Signapours’ “Pitching French Films to Hollywood” campaign.
Email them at SingaporeContact@ogilvy.con, or visit their office at 71 Robinson Road. They may also be reached via telephone +65 6213 7899.
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