Strategic communications consultancy RICE today announced a number of new client wins in Singapore, bolstering its portfolio in the education and technology sectors.
One key win is the General Assembly, a pioneer in tech education and career transformation, which has appointed RICE to support its corporate communications strategy and programme in Singapore.
“In the wake of unprecedented change, companies – more than ever before – are embracing the realities of a digital future. The General Assembly looks forward to sharing how we’ve supported governments, companies and individuals with dedicated programmes focused on the most in-demand tech skills,” said Aziza Sheerin, Regional Director, General Assembly.
“As the world changes around us, it is of the utmost importance that we make the future work for everyone. We chose RICE as our communications partner in Singapore given their network and track record. We look forward to lending our unique vantage point as a digital skills enabler, and partnering with RICE to spread the message, inspire possibilities and drive the conversation around the evolving business landscape.”
RICE has also been appointed as strategy communications agency of record in Singapore for BlackLine, a leader in accounting automation software, as well as Ciena, a networking systems, services and software company.
“These new clients are innovators in the industries they play in – the type of businesses we are passionate about supporting,” said James Brasher, Managing Partner, RICE. “We’re ready to help them shape and tell their stories.”
Established in 2009, RICE has grown staff strength to over 50 across its offices in Singapore, Myanmar and Hong Kong today. It has extended its expertise areas to include content creation, digital strategy and analytics to support clients’ evolving needs.