Byravee Iyer
May 5, 2014

Black Sun makes Singapore its SEA headquarters

SINGAPORE - Black Sun, which specialises in strategic marketing and communications, has set up its Southeast Asia headquarters in Singapore.

Christopher Hill
Christopher Hill

Christopher Hill will lead the company’s operations in the region as Southeast Asia CEO. Hill has relocated from Black Sun’s European headquarters in London to take on the new role.

“I look forward to combining Black Sun’s proven experience with deep local insight to take companies on a journey through best practice, satisfying and exceeding the expectations of international stakeholders,” he said.

Black Sun’s clients in the region include HSBC, Singapore Exchange, DBS and Vedanta Resources.

“In today’s challenging markets, it is more important than ever for companies to engage and communicate with investors and other major stakeholders in an accessible, transparent and timely manner,” said David Christopherson, co-founder and Group CEO. “Black Sun has proven expertise and unrivalled experience in working alongside the world’s largest corporations to produce their annual reports and corporate websites, in line with prevailing international best practice standards.”

 

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