Punggol Town Square with Singapore event consultant company to officiate the Opening Ceremony
We proud to be an event consultant company planned for HDB or Housing Development Board in Singapore is the government’s initiative to bring public housing to the masses. With over 40 years experience with planning urban towns and over 85% of Singapore living in public housing, its entrusted with creating the landscape for the island. Public housing consists mainly tall high rise flats with varying sizes to meet the budget of most Singaporeans.
The Punggol Town Square aka The CUBE
The building was brought alive with the grand opening by the Deputy Prime Minister Mr Teo Chee Hean and other Singapore ministers. The planning for the grand opening was the brainchild of the appointed event consultant Alkalom Eclat Pte Ltd. HDB’s team of experts set out with the initial concept and Alkalom Eclat was selected to bring about the exhibition, interactive ideas and weeklong entertainment programs.
Event Consultant - Alkalom Eclat Pte Ltd
Alkalom Eclat is an independent local event consultant company in Singapore with offices in Asia and around the world. With experience of over 6 years in Singapore, it has strong ideas for the design development. Alkalom eclat has valuable experience working with multi-national organizations like Linkedin, Boeing, Frigstad, OCBC banking group and numerous government agencies.
At 8am sharp, the guest of honour, Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore, Teo Chee Hean, accompanied by other Singapore ministers, Dr Janil Puthucheary, Mr Ng Chee Meng and HDB’s CEO Cheong Koon Hean flagged off with a customized flag bearing the Punggol Town Square official logo amidst air horns blaring.
The mass walk consisted of 2 pit-stops where the participants had to build a giant jigsaw puzzle and another which had a life size cutout of an old SBS bus. The SBS bus had cutout holes where the participants could put their faces and it truly seemed as if they were in an actual BUS—BACK INTO THE FUTURE!
The “re-energize” zone constructed beside the stage with its recycled table tops was spread with drinks and snacks for the returning participants from the mass walk. Long queues were formed to organize the collection of these goodies and treats. Out of thin air it seemed; the roving jugglers, balloon twist artists, caricaturists appeared to entertain the visitors and guests. The venue seemed to become alive with all the action and this was definitely the beginning for more good things to come!
The spirit of Punggol Town Square continued for the rest of the week with more workshops and activities to excite and involve the huge number of daily visitors. The screening of the movie “Long Long Time Ago” saw hundreds defy the rain to enjoy a movie with their families and close ones.
Punggol Town Square a wonderful beginning and another feather on the hat for HDB.