Rhandell Rubio
May 30, 2011

Singapore Polytechnic taps Golin Harris for PR duties

SINGAPORE - Golin Harris today announced that it has been retained as the public relations consultancy firm for the 57-year-old Singapore Polytechnic after a competitive pitch.

Singapore Polytechnic taps Golin Harris for PR duties
Singapore Polytechnic taps Golin Harris for PR duties

Golin Harris will be tasked with supporting the reputation and continuing brand building for Singapore Polytechnic.

"Singapore Polytechnic holds the legacy of being Singapore's first polytechnic," noted Christina Cheang, regional managing director of Southeast Asia at Golin Harris.

"It continues to lead at the forefront of industry challenges and changes: to inspire, educate and train Singapore's new generation of talents and leaders for today's increasingly competitive global marketplace. We are delighted to have been selected by the Singapore Polytechnic as its working partner," she added.

Founded in 1954, Singapore Polytechnic offers 49 full-time diploma courses and was established to train technologists and professionals to support the industrialisation and economic development of Singapore.

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