“I am delighted to be joining one of the most dynamic and historically successful communications consultant teams in Singapore and am wholly committed to ensuring ongoing superior client service through industry-leading campaign delivery, underpinned by H+K Strategies’ central proposition as strategic communications consultants driven by insight and creativity,” Morse said.

“The sophistication of the Singaporean economy is reflected in a vibrant and active communications and media landscape with the finance, property, health care and ICT/technology sectors as key drivers of economic growth and social advancement. I look forward to bringing my international experience to bear to help Singaporean organizations in these and others sectors further their organizational and economic goals.”

H+K Strategies has also promoted Chip Ng to deputy managing director of Singapore as well as regional director of financial communications for Southeast Asia. Ng joined H+K Strategies in 2011 and has been instrumental in growing the office’s corporate and financial practice. In these roles he will assist the Singapore managing director to oversee and manage the operations and growth of the office, and will also be responsible for overseeing major client relationships and growth of the corporate and financial practice in Singapore as well as the financial communications practice in Southeast Asia.

“I sincerely thank Chip for his leadership and support as the interim managing director and congratulate him on this well-deserved promotion, as does the staff in Singapore,” Morgan said. “Our entire operation will benefit from his continued contributions in Singapore and the region.”

Ng has more than 20 years of experience as an in-house and agency communications professional with a broad range of communications experience encompassing financial, investor relations, corporate, issues management and litigation support. He holds an MBA in international business and a Bachelor of Business with concentrations in communications and marketing from the Queensland University of Technology in Australia.

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