Infinity Marketing Team has been acquired by Pico Far East Holdings
The founder of Infinity Marketing Team has sold the company to Pico Far East Holdings Limited (HKG:752).
Infinity, headquartered in Culver City, California, is a leading experiential marketing, event and promotion agency. Founded in 2002 by Chad Tons, Infinity has made the Event Marketer Top 100 Agencies “It List” for 16 consecutive years and has become one of the most sought after and fastest-growing marketing agencies in the world. Drawing from his experience as a brand manager for Nike and Adidas, Tons has built Infinity on the core tenets of creative inspiration, flawless execution, adherence to process and the idea that there are no boundaries and infinite possibilities. Infinity has worked with clients such as Hewlett Packard, Intel, and Uber to conduct world-renowned marketing activations at Coachella, Uber Elevate, and TwitchCon’s Omen Challenge.
Pico Far East Holdings Limited is an event marketing company founded in 1969 by Chia Siong Lim.
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