CARMA Expands in Asia with New Office in Hong Kong

Global media intelligence agency, CARMA, has expanded its Asian operations with a new office in Hong Kong on the back of demand for its AI-powered media intelligence services across Asia Pacific. This follows the launch of its regional headquarters in Singapore at the end of last year.

Speaking at the opening of the Hong Kong office, Andrew Nicholls, CARMA ASIA Managing Director, said “The response to our Asia expansion has been fantastic. We were always looking to other markets for growth but have opened ahead of plans due to some significant client wins from major Asian and international organisations.”

CARMA ASIA is a partnership between CARMA, with its global headquarters in Dubai, and Singapore-based Media Track. “Our Asia operations is led by fantastic leaders supported by a young, passionate team,” commented Mazen Nahawi, CEO of CARMA. “The growth in this region mirrors the success our business is enjoying in the United States, Europe and Middle East.”

“This highlights how companies, brands and Governments are becoming increasingly aware of the need to align their communications objectives to their business,” he added. “They also understand the need to track what is being said about them in the media and to meaningfully measure their reputation across all platforms.”


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CARMA ASIA, part of CARMA INTERNATIONAL, is an AI-powered media intelligence solution, built to deliver real-time media intelligence across all media channels. Headquartered in Singapore, CARMA ASIA delivers what matters, when it matters most.

CARMA ASIA’s product suite includes media monitoring and analysis across all media formats, including print, digital, social, TV, and radio. Combining unrivaled human insight from our team of researchers and analysts, with our proprietary AI technologies, CARMA ASIA’s bespoke solutions provide real-time, valuable, and actionable data, that is presented with powerful visualizations and flexible reporting functions.

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