Pearce Signs – UK based sign manufacturer opens office in Hong Kong

Post Date 20.04.2018

Pearce Signs, a UK based sign manufacturer and its global division – ‘The International Sign Alliance’ (TISA) are proud to announce the official opening of their new Asia-Pacific Head Office in Hong Kong – the third most powerful financial centre in the world.

“We have carefully planned this expansion,” said Pearce Signs’ Managing Director Peter Snaith, “and now, having successfully worked with our TISA partners to complete a number of major re-branding programmes, including Bank of America, Dell EMC, The Royal Bank of Scotland, Yanfeng, Chase, Lexmark, Hewlett Packard and Johnson Controls, we feel that the time is right to expand into this robust economic market. The opening of our new office will allow us to reach more clients from across the globe in a bid to expand our current portfolio.”

Hong Kong native Mike Tang has been appointed General Manager of the new Hong Kong office. “This is a fantastic opportunity for the continued growth and development of TISA in a market with much potential. I think the list of powerhouse clients that we’ve already delivered solutions for speaks for itself on how well we deliver outstanding rebranding solutions for our clients globally. I’m delighted to be a part of this expansion.”

About TISA
The International Sign Alliance (TISA) was created to provide complete rebranding solutions to parallel the global and regional expansion of mutual clients. Pearce Signs (serving EMEA and APAC) works in conjunction with partners: Philadelphia Sign (serving the Americas) and Riemer Associates (a global branding project management firm) to create the optimum rebranding team. We have over 360 years of legendary service and have delivered many rebranding solutions across the globe.

For further information about TISA, please visit:
www.tisaglobal.com

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