Attention to Detail, Fostering Loyalty & Reliability

PROMO has provided fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) organizations in Singapore with an array of marketing services from in-store trial to strategic campaign management since 2003, working with businesses to help them win. PROMO understands for all marketing campaigns to be successful the process of integrating brand requirements, promotional preferences and consumer behavior significantly take up considerable resources and affect the synergy of an experienced team.

 

We have the necessary expertise to execute exclusive and cost effective promotional programs catered to accomplish your marketing objectives. In Singapore, our experience with multinational and local brands across categories including:

Groceries

Canned Soup, Instant Noodles, Seasoning, Stock Cubes & Bread Spread

Beverage

Carbonated, Alcoholic Drinks & Beer, Coffee, Tea, Ready To Drink, Energy Drink & Juice

Snacks

Chocolates, Sweets, Cookies & Chips

Baby care

Diapers, Baby Milk Powder & Baby Food

Toiletries

Oral care, Femcare, Shavers, Body Wash & Shampoo

Household

Laundry, Stain Remover, Disinfectant, Floor Cleaners & Fresheners

PROMO Gold Standards

Hassle-Free Execution
PROMO’s strength in project planning and implementation shall prove invaluable. Our strength in the field of project coordination and time management has helped clients generate best returns on their investment.
One Stop Experience, One Invoice Billing
With three strategic business units, we provide our clientele with truly “one-stop” experience with our sales & operations network, incorporating combined efforts from our after-sales support team.
Innovative Business Solutions
Our broad repertoire of business solutions help customers progress a step ahead of competition through established competitive edge in the consumer field and help generate optimal returns on our clients’ investment.
Price Integrity
We remain true to our price policy – no hidden costs and no sudden increase in prices. Should there be any variations, it would be limited to 1-2% of the projected price.