Blak Labs Singapore bolsters creative team with three new hires in design, art and copy

Alicia, Fin and Steven.jpgStarting 2015 on a strong note boutique agency Blak Labs Singapore has beefed up its creative-focused model with three new hires.

Joining Blak Labs are Steve Koswara, Designer (pictured right), Fin Guo, Art Director (pictured centre) and Alicia Tan, Copy (pictured left).

Koswara recently graduated from NAFA and his design excellence is already making an impact for clients such as Gardens by the Bay.
Guo joins from a local independent agency and has already delivered on several key accounts.

Tan, an Ogilvy Fellow, joins from Geometry Global. A self-published author whose work has been showcased in Japan, Tan has quickly demonstrated her capabilities on new business pitches and existing clients.

 "Finding new talent is never easy. So it is a pleasure to welcome Steven, Fin and Alicia. We've been through a long process of candidate screening, using our proprietary Blak Labs interview technique and each fits with our desire to provide clients with an exceptional degree of creative care," said Charlie Blower, Managing Partner of Blak Labs. 


Rob said:

Does that proprietary technique include a nice bottle of red? All the best Charlie and gang!

Charlie Blower said:

Thanks Rob, every now and then it does : )

4As said:

I'm jealously watching how quickly these indy agencies are growing

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