PTL Group Pte Ltd
PTL Group is a corporate branding enterprise, established to support businesses and entrepreneurs in their journey towards achieving long-term success in today’s competitive marketplace. We manage each step of the branding process from conceptualisation to strategic marketing to take your company to the next level of your business both locally and regionally.
Combining astute project management, effective media and publicity, strong diplomatic relations and extensive regional connections, PTL Group specialises in a unique blend of accelerated marketing techniques that leverage unconventional branding and marketing campaign to speed up business growth and attain greater visibility within a shorter timeframe.
Aimed at enhancing business success, PTL Group operates an awards platform that drives business excellence, nurtures entrepreneurs and empowers them to:
- Enhance business relationships;
- Create brand value and differentiation;
- Expand regionally;
- Increase media exposure; and
- Achieve financial growth.
At the heart of the company is a team of experienced professionals with over 50 years of collective experience in media relations, project management, marketing strategy and brand image. In addition, we have on board a certified Senior Practising Management Consultant (SPMC) with the Singapore Business Advisors and Consultants Council (SBACC) and Institute of Management Consultants (IMC) Singapore and SPRING Singapore. Together, we possess the expertise, connections and diplomatic channels to position companies for regional growth.
PTL Group works closely with enterprises to create sustainable brand value and raise their profiles in the eyes of their customers, clients and partners. Click here to know more.
Built Environment Industry Awards
On the 12th September 2014, PTL Group was honoured to have Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for the Environment and Water Resources to grace the Built Environment Industry Awards as our Guest-of-Honor. A publicity campaign lasting for four months included a 20 pages supplement in The Business Times, followed by The Straits Times and Lian He Zao Bao.