Reverb is a boutique marketing agency operating exclusively in Singapore.
Born out of the global pandemic, our mission is to help businesses of all shapes and sizes get back on their feet by offering the flexibility of engaging an expert team of marketers without the need to commit to a full-time contract.
Not only do we help local businesses realise their marketing goals, but we also train Singaporean marketers to equip them with the skills they need to succeed.
What’s in the name? We chose our name as we want to shout about our clients from the rooftops and send their awesome brand message reverberating across Singapore. We may be a small team, but we’re definitely noisy!
Get in touch and let's amplify your brand!
meet the founders
SABRINA ANDREA, COO
Affectionately known as ‘the executer’ by her former teammates because she gets sh*t done and always delivers, Sabrina is the backbone of Reverb and ensures the smooth running of our business. She specialises in marketing operations and loves interweaving metrics, infrastructure, business processes, best practices, budgets and reports to help organisations increase their efficiency and drive results.
A Singaporean citizen, Sabrina has spent several years living and working around the world including China, Vietnam, Australia, Portugal, Norway, US and Bermuda. This international experience makes her perfectly suited to help home-grown Singaporean businesses flourish.
When she’s not geeking out over a pivot table, you can usually find Sabrina brunching with her friends, practicing reformer pilates or snorkelling on holiday (her favourite fish is the trumpetfish!)
ED BURLEIGH, CEO
Ed provides the creative spark at Reverb. An editor-turned-marketer, Ed renounced corporate a long time ago and threw himself into the chaotic world of startups before deciding to co-found Reverb. Ed’s expertise includes marketing strategy, social media, online advertising, communications and content creation.
One day in 2017 Ed decided to drop everything and move from his hometown of London to Singapore in search of a better quality of life and more access to travel. With no job and not knowing a single person in Singapore, he booked the cheapest one-way ticket he could find (he even had to bring his own sandwiches on the flight!). The leap of faith paid off and he’s still here loving life.
Away from work you'll either find him scuba diving, cycling around Singapore or strumming on his guitar (no more Wonderwall please!)