MullenLowe Malaysia adds two new clients

Adrian Sng.jpgMullenLowe Malaysia has picked up two new clients with appointments to work with Themed Attractions Resorts & Hotels and Schneider Electric Malaysia following a competitive pitch.
 
The agency will roll out Themed Attractions Resorts & Hotels (TAR&H) plan for one of the world's biggest waterparks, Desaru Coast Adventure Waterpark. The agency will be responsible for the branding and launch for the premium integrated destination resort.
 
In addition, global specialist in energy management and automation, Schneider Electric Malaysia, has appointed MullenLowe Malaysia to work on creative duties.

MullenLowe Malaysia Managing Director, Adrian Sng (pictured) says the wins are a great way to round off 2017. "It's exciting to end the year on a high and this new business puts us in a positive position as we move into the New Year.
"We are very pleased to be the agency partner for such well-respected organizations in Malaysia, and we're looking forward to working with both TAR&H and Schneider Electric Malaysia to launch their respective products into the market," he continued.
 
MullenLowe Malaysia Head of Creative Eddy Nazarullah, says the new clients are testament to the hard work of the team. "We are honoured to bring these clients into MullenLowe Group, and the wins certainly demonstrate how the hyperbundled team at MullenLowe Malaysia is able to translate the value of creativity to give our clients an unfair share of attention.
 
"Even in our industry's ever-changing landscape, creativity remains the key to success for brands, so it's inspiring to be working with clients who provide us the level of freedom as they do. We're very much looking forward to producing game changing work for both TAR&H and Schneider Electric," he continued.

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