Executive serviced and virtual offices solutions providers Servcorp Ltd today announced the appointment of Rice Communications as its PR partner in Singapore.
Operating in over 52 cities across 23 countries, Servcorp pioneered Virtual Office with an aim to provide flexibility to businesses with comprehensive office setup supports across countries, ranging from seamless technologies, supportive staff and services at the most prestigious locations without committing to high capital investments.
Servcorp has globally invested a total of USD$80 million in building a robust infrastructure and IT network to empower customers with smooth business operations anywhere, anytime.
“As we continue to grow our presence in Southeast Asia, we need a dedicated partner who is able to support us to drive thought leadership and forge strong relationships in the region,” says Trinh Danh, general manager, Southeast Asia, Servcorp.
“What made the Rice Communications team stand out was their demonstrated understanding of our business and their experience in corporate, human resources and technology communications. We are very excited and look forward to working with Rice in the upcoming months to drive campaigns in Singapore.”
Singapore has always been a critical market for Servcorp. Being the first international office outside the headquarters in Australia, Servcorp has five offices in Singapore’s CBD and another office to be officially launched later this year.
Founded by Alfred Moufarrige, CEO of Servcorp Ltd in 1978, Servcorp is recognised by Fortune Magazine as the “World’s Best Services Offices”.
Servcorp utilises its technology solutions which enables companies to save up to 50 percent of their business costs compared to renting a traditional office space.
“We’re delighted to partner with Servcorp as the team embarks on its next phase of growth here. Servcorp is a rapidly growing premium office services provider and we are very excited to work with them to increase visibility and raise brand awareness in the market,” said Sonya Madeira, founder and managing partner, Rice Communications.
“We look forward to a fruitful relationship in the years ahead,” she added.