Faaez Samadi
Jul 10, 2018

Havas partners with Image Dynamics

Indonesian PR agency joins Havas Village in partnership agreement.

(L-R): James Wright, Harry Tumengkol & Agus Sudrajat, chairman of Havas Jakarta
(L-R): James Wright, Harry Tumengkol & Agus Sudrajat, chairman of Havas Jakarta

Havas Group today announced a new affiliate partnership with Indonesian PR agency Image Dynamics, which will join the Havas Village in Jakarta.

Launched in 2004 by co-founders Harry Tumengkol and Trishi Setiayu, Image Dynamics is now a full-service communications firm with 25 staff. Having partnered on many client briefs and new business opportunities with Havas, the two agencies have now formalised their cooperation.

Tumengkol said the partnership is a “significant step” for Image Dynamics, providing the agency with the resources and global network to “grow the company even stronger and tap into a much wider market”.

With Image Dynamics, Havas now has 300 people in Jakarta across media, creative, data, digital and PR. Image Dynamics has moved their operations into the Havas Village premises in the city. In addition to working with Havas, Image Dynamics has also become an official partner of Red Agency Group APAC, Havas Group’s PR and experiential network in the region.

“Harry, Trishi and the team at Image Dynamics are a great cultural fit for us, they have a great track record, fantastic clients and an ambition to deliver the type of work that we are known for,” said James Wright, group CEO of Red Agency APAC and chief commercial officer Havas Group ANZ

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