GOVT Kuala Lumpur parts ways with GOVT Singapore and rebrands as The Clan

The Clan.jpgGOVT Kuala Lumpur has been rebranded as The Clan, effective immediately. Due to a shift in Malaysia's business direction, GOVT Kuala Lumpur and GOVT Singapore have parted ways. Casey Loh has also resigned as a director of GOVT Singapore. The Clan will continue to operate under the stewardship of Casey Loh and Syed Nasir.

It's business as usual for The Clan as they continue to operate out of its Sri Hartamas office and continue to serve its current stable of clients through its growing talent pool. Beyond the name change, The Clan is also aiming to introduce new business processes to meet the demands of an evolving digital landscape.
When asked for a comment about the mutual separation and rebranding, Loh said, "We had an amazing time working together and growing GOVT in both Singapore and Malaysia. But while growing up, we found that perhaps we weren't heading in the same direction and needed to grow differently. We wish Aaron, Leon, and Tim continued success with GOVT as they continue to put out great work with the great team they've put together."

"Casey and Syed has grown GOVT Kuala Lumpur from an unknown to a creatively respectable agency. And there are only good wishes from both sides as we continue to grow the next phase of our individual agencies. We are sure that The Clan will continue to flourish, and we thank both Casey and Syed for giving us the opportunity to be part of this journey. This rebranding from GOVT Kuala Lumpur will not affect any of our Singapore operations, client management and accounts, nor people and leadership methods." Leon Lai, Co-Founder and Managing Director & Aaron Koh, Executive Creative Director of GOVT Singapore, said. 

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