Byravee Iyer
Sep 18, 2014

Cream Communications adds Rinbee to its roster

CAMBODIA - Snacking company Rinbee has awarded creative duties for its Tenta brand and its newly launched variant to Cream Communications following a pitch.

Brenden Arnold
Brenden Arnold

Cream has been tasked with developing TV, OOH and BTL campaigns for the launch. “Cream’s strategy not only delivered on the brief but they also developed a whole new communications platform to manage our vast portfolio,” said Rendon Chan, general manager, Rinbee.

“It’s great to be appointed and given the opportunity to develop the concepts, for the most part, exactly as we presented in the pitch,” said Brenden Arnold (pictured), CEO of Cream Cambodia.

The agency’s other key clients include Unilever Cambodia, Cambodia Brewery Limited and Smart Axiata Mobile.

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