A prestigious invitation-only event, DFS is proud to be assigned as the official event partner for the 8th annual “Masters of Wines & Spirits”. This one-of-a-kind event, showcases rare & limited collections of Cognacs, Wines & Whiskies from over 70 of the world’s most esteemed houses.
The 2-day event was graced by a total of 1,200 attendees ranging from Master Sommeliers to High Society individuals, featuring different alcohols in 8 uniquely constructed rooms – designed & built by Milton Exhibits (Singapore).
Additionally, Milton also oversees the entire event, from Manpower, Audio Visuals to providing 360 Event Management services. Overall, it was definitely a successful & memorable event!
Dutch Tea and Coffee giants Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) held its very first large scale event at Mandarin Orchard Singapore to officially announce the acquisition of Super Group Ltd as well as to showcase their various coffee brands such as Essenso, Moccona, Jacobs, Lor & Kenco.
The full day event kicks off with a short Conference, followed by Coffee Brands Showcase, and ending with a Dinner & Award Ceremony. For these to be made possible, Milton Exhibits (Singapore) work together with its Creative Design Studio - Mills (Singapore) to provide both Design & Built Solutions as well as Event Management Services.
Milton team were responsible for the production of various structure, such as the History Board, Pop-up Bar and a total of 12 special-design booths, bringing the “Coffee Experience” to a whole new level. We also provided Event Management Services in the areas of Registration, Ushering, Audio Visual, etc.
Needless to say, the event was a huge success!
“I didn’t know that this show could have been pulled off successfully in Singapore in such a short period of time!” — Mr Jiri Kulik’s (President, JDE LAAPAC)
It is a Patek Philippe tradition to welcome the new year with much fun and festivities. For 2017, the Milton team helped throw a festive, rooster-themed Chinese New Year dinner for 170 of Patek Philippe's employees and retailers.
Held at the Grand Hyatt, the dinner's entertainment factor was taken up to a whole new level by the ever vivacious Chua En Lai. With a rousting dragon dance performance and various exciting stage games, it was indeed a boisterous evening to remember.
As THE gallery overseeing the largest public collection of Southeast Asian modern art, National Gallery Singapore celebrated its first anniversary with a bang. With premises opened till 3am and a massive line-up boosting exciting activities, art and collaborations, the gallery created an entire festival.
Titled "Gallery Light to Night Festival", the event spanned across 2 weekends, and was jam-packed with art, fun and excitement. To engage and resonate with everyone from all walks to life, the Milton team proposed activities that were Fun, Trendy and Local.
Trendy foods were introduced at the Festival's Food street, and local home-grown talents such as Nathan Hartono and Charlie Lim were engaged to serenade the crowd. Finally, fun came in the form of a specially built adult disco ball pit, a light-projection show on the gallery facade, a flea market, various interactive art installations and fringe activities scattered around the Gallery's grounds.
On top of planning the event, the Milton team also tasked with managing the logistics for 10 days of programmes and 60 performances within the Gallery's 64,000sqm premises, for a one-of-a-kind anniversary celebration.
Full of ideas and inspiration, the annual IKEA catalogue launch is something design enthusiasts look forward to every year. For 2017, however, instead of just showcasing design for various living areas, the catalogue will also feature its concept of Democratic Design - IKEA's design principle that forms the core of IKEA products.
To bring the focus back to the heart of IKEA, the Milton team conceptualised and delivered an event which is steeped in the roots of the IKEA spirit. The result was an unpretentious and heart-warming dinner event, for IKEA and their media friends.
Embracing the IKEA belief that "It starts with the Food", the event centered around the communal dining area. Here, media guests not only learnt more about Democratic Design and IKEA's new offerings, but were also treated to a smorgasbord of food, made with ingredients from IKEA's food market.
For more insights into Democratic Design, the media was also brought on a complete tour of individual exhibition areas for each of the 5 Democratic Design elements, set-up around the dining area.
What do you do when launching a supercar as celebrated as the NSX? Pair it with acclaimed McLaren-Honda F1 driver Fernando Alonso to double the star power, of course!
To the delight of 200 fans, the Milton team went beyond just putting together a mere launch for the second generation NSX. Instead, the team conceptualised, managed and executed a thrilling show befitting the legendary supercar, complete with a runway in the middle of the Marina Bay Sands ballroom, an exciting light show, pyro fireworks, and the ultimate unveiling by F1 driver Fernando Alonso himself.
The resulting event is one that is every bit as impactful as the brand new NSX, and surely approved by even the supercar's most fastidious fans.
Singapore Management University (SMU) prides itself in giving its students opportunities for personal growth and self-discovery, going beyond just providing degrees.
As the appointed events organiser for this year's Open House, the Milton Singapore team expanded on this proposition to craft the concept of a journey, where all prospective students, upon stepping into SMU, were taken on a voyage of preparation, embarkation and exploration.
The 2-day event saw the Milton team managing the design and fabrication of the various faculty booths, as well as various stage performances, faculty talks, sharing sessions, photo and coloring competitions, and goodie bag redemptions.
The team also helped plan and execute an online journey-planner, road banners and various floor and lift stickers for pre-event publicity.
The rise of entrepreneurs and small businesses in Singapore have led to Singtel partnering with Shopify, to provide Shopify's eCommerce solution to individuals and local SMEs. In support of existing retailers and to reach out to more SMEs, Singtel-Shopify collaborated with the Market of Artists and Designers (MAAD), a creative platform for enterprising creatives to promote their works and talents.
Named "No Limits", the Singtel-Shopify X MAAD event was a celebration of local entrepreneurship. Held at the Red Dot Design Museum Singapore, the event featured more than 50 Singtel-Shopify and MAAD retailers showcasing their creativity, crafts and wares in a bazaar. Vendors were also given opportunities to network with each other, sharing their Singtel-Shopify experiences, success stories and trade tips & tricks, inspiring the public with the dynamism, innovation and grit of the entrepreneurial spirit.
Equipped with a turbocharged engine and a whole lot of cabin space, Honda Jade is a lifestyle car that's perfect for young families and executives.
To cater to the Jade's young, sporty and adventurous crowd, the Milton team helped to conceptualise a launch event that is fresh, trendy, and just that bit off the beaten track.
Held at Gilman Barracks, the Honda Jade debut party spotted a lively and vibrant atmosphere with a photobooth, instant polaroid prints, and a live jazz band. A family corner with colouring stations and foosball tables was also set-up for little precious family moments. Last but not least, a food truck served up fresh tacos, designer coffee and specialty drinks on demand throughout the night, giving all 300 guests an unique experience they are guaranteed to remember.
National Gallery Singapore opened its doors in November 2015 to house the world's largest Singapore and Southeast Asian art collection. To promote the new gallery as an engaging central civic space, the Milton team worked with National Gallery to conceptualise a community event.
Spanning across 2 weekends, the Gallery Open House was a celebration of the Southeast Asian history and heritage, and saw over 30,000 visitors. Apart from managing multiple performances and workshops for the event, the team also helped transform part of the gallery into a bustling vintage street - the Chinatown Streetscape.
With old-school installations, games, activities and ambassadors dressed in vintage costumes mingling amongst the crowd, the Chinatown Streetscape was one of the Open House's key highlights, providing the younger generation an enriching platform to learn about their history and bond with the older ones over shared stories and experiences.
For loyal customers and distributors of a brand synonymous with performance, passion and strength, there is no better way to be rewarded than with a up-close and personal experience with the sport that is part of Motul's DNA - motorsports.
Never one to back down from challenges, the Milton Singapore team collaborated with a professional race consultant, and took on the project of delivering Motul's first ever Driving Experience head-on.
Over the course of 3 days, 64 valued customers, distributors and media partners were taken on a series of speed and thrills at the Sepang International Circuit. With a race craft course, a go-kart endurance race and a coveted spin around the circuit in Formula 4 single-seater race car, the Motul Driving Experience was definitely an unparalleled experience that every motorsport enthusiast can only dream of.
Having a runway or a hanging centrepiece make an appearance is not something you see at every graduation event. This, however, was made true for Raffles College's Graduation Show.
To bring alive the event, Milton Singapore uniquely interpreted the theme, "Apex", to create hanging art installations for the school foyer.
A fashion show was held to showcase their fashion graduate’s works to more than 200 audiences.
How do you market something as luxurious as the W?
To introduce W Hotel Beijing to about 150 of the elite in Singapore, Milton Singapore transformed the Woo Bar at W Hotel Singapore into a plush, sensual oriental boudoir.
Seducing with burlesque shows, giant gold birdcages, gold-dusted duck-rolls and endless champagne, we made sure guests went home intoxicated on the allure and class of W Hotel Beijing.
Having achieved impressive results even in the face of economical challenges, DBS decided to celebrate something more magical than successes at their annual Dinner & Dance this year - dreams. After all, if you can dream it, you can do it.
Aptly named "A Time to Dream", the event saw Milton Singapore taking all 7,000 employees on an enchanted evening of fantasy and thrills, with breathtaking acrobatic acts, magic shows and dance numbers performed hourly across 2 levels of ballrooms at Marina Bay Sands. The bank's senior management team further wowed the audience by performing various magic acts choreographed by the Milton Singapore team.
It was a phenomenal evening. By the time the final curtain fell, we knew that we had created a spectacular kind of wonderful that has far exceeded anything we have dreamt of.
As the leading car distributor in Singapore, Borneo Motors, part of the Inchcape Group, decided to celebrate their 48th anniversary retro-stye, paying tribute to Singapore's 50th birthday and also taking this opportunity to recognise their pioneer generation's hard work.
To bring the retro-fun up a notch, the Milton team not only brought in props such as an old-school bicycle and feather boas for the photo-booth, but also helped set up various activity stations to serve traditional snacks and old-school games. Borneo Motor employees spent the night with blast after blast from the past, playing tikam-tikam, kicking chaptehs, snacking on gem-biscuits & kacham-puteh, and belting out their favourite classics on karaoke. To top it off, the management team performed an opening dance to old-school hits, choreographed by the Milton Singapore team.
The result? An extremely vibrant, boisterous and definitely memorable evening. Retrolicious, indeed!
With its roots as the principal IT solutions provider for the government, NCS has played a critical role in the government's move to computerise the civil service and integrate IT into its public services.
In celebration of SG50, NCS decided to hold an internal event to showcase and educate employees on their contributions to the nation.
Kicking-off with an entrance by the senior management team in a rickshaw, the event, managed by Milton Singapore, saw 600 NCS employees revelling in the carnival-like atmosphere, participating in races, dropping by booths to play old-school games and visiting exhibitions set-up by the various NCS arms to showcase their various projects.