| Singapore | 31 March 2016 | Asia Samachar |
Singapore-based Puneet Pal Singh has been promoted at a partner at global public relations and communications agency Bell Pottinger.
The promotion of Puneet, an Associate Partner in the Singapore office, was made in the agency’s annual partner selection takes effect on 1 April 2016.
Puneet, a former BBC reporter with 10 years of media and public relations experience, leads Bell Pottinger’s Professional Services Practice in Singapore.
He advises clients on strategic communications, content creation, thought leadership as well as media and public relations campaigns. He has worked with clients ranging from stock market-listed industry leaders, to young start-ups looking to make their mark.
He is a media and crisis communication training specialist. He has designed and delivered bespoke training programmes to clients across Asia. He also conducts crisis simulation exercises for clients, helping them understand the pace at which a crisis can escalate and how it can affect their response.
At the BBC, Puneet led the coverage of business and technology news at its website across Asia-pacific.
In the same statement, Bell Pottinger also announced the appointment of Darrell Wright as Partner and Managing Director for Malaysia and the relocation of its Dubai MD Sam Turvey to Hong Kong.
“I am delighted to announce these promotions and appointments. They are testament to our ability to attract and nurture brilliant talent which contributes to the continued success and growth of our international businesses,” said Bell Pottinger Group CEO James Henderson in the statement.
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