INVNT opens office in Singapore

New office is agency's second in Asia Pacific and eighth worldwide, following work with a number of new clients.

Singapore (image: iStock)
Singapore (image: iStock)

INVNT has opened its second office in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region in Singapore, which will be headed up by Laura Roberts.

The new base is the agency’s eighth office globally and follows a number of contracts being secured with new and existing clients. In the last 12 months the agency has worked with 23 new clients worldwide.

"The global demand for live events is continually on the rise, with more and more organisations elevating ‘live’ as a core part of their marketing, sales and public relations strategies," said Scott Cullather, CEO, INVNT.

"With businesses benefitting from the positive impact of their event executions first hand, many are now looking to take their events overseas."

Laura Roberts, managing director INVNT APAC

Roberts, managing director, INVNT APAC added: "Our successful delivery of flagship events such as Xerocon Brisbane, TEDxSydney and the award-winning Atlantis Sanya grand opening event in China have put INVNT firmly on the map here in the APAC market.

"This has seen the agency establish new partnerships with a number of renowned brands, many of whom now look to us to conceptualise, manage and produce their events not only in Australia, but throughout APAC and beyond."

The agency’s first office in the APAC region opened in Sydney in October 2017.

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