NAC appoints Ogilvy Singapore for PR duties

NAC.jpgSingapore's National Arts Council (NAC) has appointed Ogilvy Singapore for its Public Relations business. The appointment builds on the agency's longstanding partnership with NAC, and will see Ogilvy partnering NAC in driving communications efforts for one year with option to renew for
another two.

Under the remit, Ogilvy will also be tasked with the management of key stakeholder announcements and initiatives, and will spearhead publicity efforts for NAC's line-up of special projects throughout the year which include Got To Move, Singapore Art Week and Singapore Writers Festival among others.
Yeoh Phee Suan, Director of Communications and Marketing, National Arts Council, said, "We look forward to partnering Ogilvy to share our distinctive arts stories to inspire, interest and engage our diverse audiences."

Chong Ee Rong, Group Managing Director, Ogilvy Singapore said, "Singapore is a beacon for the region in galvanizing and showcasing the best of arts and culture. We've curated on our shores a world-class offering and dynamic eco-system of local and international works and artists that appeal to enthusiasts of all shapes and colours in this multilingual and multicultural society.

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