Top Trends Shaping Advertising Agencies in Singapore for 2024

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Top Trends Shaping Advertising Agencies in Singapore for 2024

The advertising landscape is continually evolving, and staying ahead of the curve is essential for agencies aiming to deliver impactful campaigns. Several key trends are shaping the advertising industry in Singapore, and in this article, we share our insights on these trends and how we adapt and leverage them for our clients.

1. Personalised Advertising

Personalisation is becoming increasingly crucial in advertising. Consumers today expect ads tailored to their preferences and behaviours. Our agency utilises advanced data analytics to understand audience segments better and deliver personalised ad experiences. By leveraging AI and machine learning, they can create highly targeted campaigns that resonate with individual users, increasing engagement and conversion rates.

Example Campaign: Spotify Wrapped



Spotify‘s annual “Wrapped” campaign uses personal data to create a unique experience for each user, showcasing their most-listened-to songs, artists, and genres of the year. This personalised approach has driven high engagement, with users eagerly sharing their Wrapped stories on social media.

2. Sustainability and Social Responsibility

Consumers are more conscious about environmental and social issues, and they prefer brands that align with their values. Advertising agencies in Singapore are focusing on sustainability and social responsibility in their campaigns. They are partnering with eco-friendly brands and incorporating messages of social good into their marketing strategies. This approach not only enhances brand reputation but also builds stronger connections with the audience.

Example Campaign: IKEA’s “Buy Back” Programme



IKEA launched a “Buy Back” programme, allowing customers to return their used furniture in exchange for store credit. This initiative promotes sustainability by encouraging the recycling and reuse of products. The campaign was widely promoted across digital platforms, highlighting IKEA’s commitment to environmental responsibility.

3. Short-Form Video Content

With the rise of platforms like TikTok and Instagram Reels, short-form video content has become a dominant force in digital advertising. We are capitalising on this trend by creating engaging, bite-sized videos that capture attention quickly. These videos are designed to be easily shareable, maximising their reach and impact. By keeping the content concise and visually appealing, they ensure that it stands out in a crowded digital space. These short-form videos encouraged user participation and creativity, significantly boosting engagement and brand visibility among younger audiences.




Through our collaboration with The Seletar Mall, our primary objective was to enhance their brand recognition and drive increased footfall through engaging content strategies. We revamped the mall’s social media visuals, ensuring a cohesive and appealing identity, and utilised various creative content formats, including vibrant posts and dynamic Instagram reels.

4. Influencer Collaboration

Influencer marketing continues to grow, with influencers playing a significant role in shaping consumer opinions. Creative For More collaborates with influencers who align with their clients’ brand values and target audience. By leveraging the credibility and reach of these influencers, they create authentic and relatable content that drives brand awareness and engagement. This trend is particularly effective in Singapore, where social media influence is strong.



In an effort to boost market reach and appeal to health-conscious consumers, California Raisins launched an innovative influencer marketing campaign with Creative For More. By partnering with food influencers, the campaign highlighted the brand’s healthy snacking options and culinary versatility. The strategic influencer matchmaking expanded the brand’s presence, achieving a 139K reach and significantly increasing sales, even selling out on digital channels during the COVID-19 pandemic. This campaign successfully positioned California Raisins as a nutritious and delicious choice for a wider audience.

5. Interactive and Immersive Experiences

As technology advances, consumers are seeking more interactive and immersive advertising experiences. Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are becoming popular tools for creating such experiences. These technologies allow consumers to experience products in a virtual environment, enhancing their connection to the brand.

Example Campaign: Coca Cola AR Experience



Coca Cola featured a unique digital out-of-home (DOOH) and AR experience across 13 major UK locations, in collaboration with Tesco. This campaign allowed users to interact with AR visuals in real-time and scan a QR code to receive a digital Coke Zero and a voucher for a free bottle at Tesco, enhancing product discovery and engagement.

6. Data Privacy and Ethical Advertising

With increasing concerns about data privacy, advertising agencies must navigate the balance between personalisation and ethical data use. Our team is committed to maintaining transparency and integrity in their data practices. They ensure that their campaigns comply with data protection regulations and prioritise user consent. This approach builds trust with consumers and ensures long-term brand loyalty.

Example Campaign: Pokémon Go



Niantic’s Pokémon Go is a prime example of using augmented reality (AR) to create an immersive experience. The mobile game encourages users to explore the real world to catch virtual Pokémon, blending digital and physical experiences and driving enormous engagement and brand interaction.

7. Cross-Channel Integration

In today’s multi-channel world, seamless integration across various platforms is essential. Our team leverages on cross-channel strategies to deliver consistent and cohesive brand messages. Whether it’s social media, email marketing, or traditional advertising, they ensure that every touchpoint is aligned and reinforces the overall campaign. This holistic approach maximises the effectiveness of their advertising efforts.

Example Campaign: Nike’s “Just Do It” 30th Anniversary



Nike‘s “Just Do It” 30th anniversary campaign featured Colin Kaepernick and spanned TV, social media, print, and in-store promotions. The cross-channel strategy ensured consistent messaging and maximised reach, resulting in a significant boost in brand engagement and sales.


The advertising industry in Singapore is set to undergo significant transformations in 2024. By embracing trends such as personalised advertising, sustainability, short-form video content, influencer collaboration, interactive experiences, data privacy, and cross-channel integration, Creative For More is leading the way in delivering innovative and impactful campaigns. Our commitment to staying ahead of these trends ensures that our clients remain competitive and relevant in a dynamic market. As these trends continue to evolve, agencies that adapt and leverage them effectively will be well-positioned for success.