Ask any Singaporean how their nation became one of the most developed countries in such a short time, and the answer would always boil down to one thing: racial harmony.
From a nation undergoing political and racial turmoil, Singapore turned itself into an economic powerhouse through the collaboration and unity of its multi-ethnic population. During its rise, its people shared the same hope of a better Singapore; citizens have brought this into existence by working not as Chinese, Malay, Indian, or any other identity--but as Singaporean.
Racial harmony is a value that continues to persist in Singaporean society. It’s a recurrent but essential theme in media, public relations, and marketing. Today, the nation is a living testament to how people of different backgrounds can achieve greatness, a goal the ASEAN community continuously strives for.
Founded in 1997, Huntington Communications knows all about this sense of unity Singaporeans uphold dearly.
Leveraging this knowledge into integrated branding and communications, the agency has implemented campaigns that have resonated with locals and expats alike. Huntington is a proven expert in localizing global campaigns and vice versa, constantly shaping conversations to build stories that matter. The team formulates strategies that string up local relevance, without losing the essence of the campaign.
The firm’s campaigns are recognized industry-wide, winning the Sabre Awards, Mumbrella Awards, IKEA Young Designers’ Awards, and Asia-Pacific Excellence Awards, among others.
Huntington prides itself as being comprised of thinkers for iconic brands, and for those wishing to become one.