impossible Marketing focuses on creating strategies that help businesses gain quality leads and targeted traffic online
Leading Digital Marketing Agency, Impossible Marketing, has secured its 3rd Singapore office at International Plaza (IP) #29-06. Totalling 635 square feet in floor area, this latest office can comfortably accommodate up to 100 people for seminars. It will be used as a training centre for Impossible Marketing’s Digital Marketing training programmes.
Impossible Marketing focuses on creating strategies that help businesses gain quality leads and targeted traffic online. From its headquarters in Singapore, Impossible Marketing offers a variety of lead generation services such as Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Marketing, Social Media Marketing and more. It also offers affordable hands-on training courses for everyday Singaporeans wishing to equip themselves with Digital Marketing skills.
Impossible Marketing is the brainchild of banker-turned-entrepreneur Alan Koh. It has hit the headlines as a budding homegrown Digital Marketing Agency over the past few years. Impossible Marketing’s strength in Search Engine Optimization was featured in The Straits Times while Alan’s rags-to-riches entrepreneurial success story was recently featured in The Sunday Times.
In the coming months, Impossible Marketing will be launching 6 new Digital Marketing courses. Some topics include Search Engine Optimisation, Facebook Marketing and Google Analytics. To cater to the increased demand for training space, the company made the decision to acquire its 3rd International Plaza office.
International Plaza is a 50-story-office-cum-residential complex situated at 10 Anson Road, in the heart of Singapore’s CBD. Located above Tanjong Pagar MRT, the property features a swimming pool, a health club, and an onsite parking facility of ample size. This development also houses the honorary consulate of Malta and the honorary consulate of Tuvalu.
Impossible marketing’s latest office will be available for rent when it is not being used. Currently, Impossible Marketing holds 2 training centres, and has 3 training rooms and 1 office for operations.
For more information visit www.impossible.sg.