50 People, 5 Offices, 3 Practices: Precious Communications Looks Forward to Another 7 to 70 Years

No signs of the seven year itch from this boutique-turned- integrated communications agency

SINGAPORE, 7 AUGUST 2019 – PRecious Communications, a multi-award winning integrated communications agency, celebrated its seventh anniversary alongside #FriendsofPRecious who have been supporting the company through the years, including alumni, friends, as well as clients both past and present.

From humble beginnings in 2012, the agency was just a one-person show with no formal office. In just seven short years, PRecious Communications has since grown into an integrated communications agency that employees 50 people, spread across its offices in Singapore, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.

The Growth Mindset

Believing that people are the key ingredient to success, PRecious Communications plans to further its headcount by the end of 2019. To support long-term growth and meet the demands of its growing client base, the agency has welcomed Sangeeta Sakhrani to the senior leadership team as Human Resource Director (Southeast Asia), overseeing hiring across all regions. Sangeeta brings more than twelve years of experience to PRecious Communications, with expertise in the areas of recruitment, employee relations, training, change management, project management, and organisational structure. Read more

PRCA SEA welcomes Fifth Ring as its newest Corporate Member

Singapore, 2nd August, 2019

The Public Relations and Communications Association Southeast Asia (PRCA SEA) welcomes B2B comms agency Fifth Ring as its latest Corporate Member.

Fifth ring is a B2B Marketing communications agency with a multitude of specialisms, including digital strategy, PR, design, advertising, and everything in between.

They join PRCA SEA to help establish and strengthen connection within the Southeast Asian PR and communications industry.

Debbie Ho MPRCA, Regional Director – Asia, Fifth Ring, said: “Singapore is at the forefront in Asia for technological advancement and this has shaped the future of many industries, including PR.

“By joining PRCA SEA, it paves the path for Fifth Ring to foster new partnerships with industry experts and fellow PR professionals.

“Through these new relationships, we hope to exchange knowledge, share fresh ideas, discuss the developing industry, and contribute to the growing PR community.”

Francis Ingham MPRCA, Director General, PRCA, said: “I‘d like to personally welcome Fifth Ring as the newest members of PRCA SEA. By becoming a part of the world’s largest PR professional body, Fifth Ring have entered into a community that promotes best practice, provides expert guidance, and encourages growth within the PR and communications industry. I look forward to seeing them at our upcoming events and working closely alongside them”

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SPAG to release ‘Healthcare Communications Outlook Report’

Partners with BioSpectrum Asia & PRCA SEA to launch the most comprehensive look-book focusing on how next decade holds for this exciting sector 

29thJuly, 2019, Singapore — SPAG (www.spag.asia) , Asia’s most innovative integrated healthcare advocacy and public relations firm today announced that it has partnered with BioSpectrum Asia and PRCA SEA to undertake first-of-its-kind APAC Healthcare Communications Outlook report. The release of the report with support from KPMG will take place on 2nd October 2019 during an event in Singapore.

“The APAC region is re-shaping in terms of healthcare and complexities associated with it. New business models, multitude of stakeholders, regulations and changing world dynamics are defining the trajectory for future. Effective & impactful communication in such times is critical but often an overlooked consideration”, says Aman Gupta, Managing Partner, SPAG and the brain behind this intent.

The report aims to seek views from some of the best thought leaders in space and understand challenges, opportunities and trends that will define communications outlook in next decade (2020-30). It will be based on the context of an everchanging Asian healthcare space and an overhaul in demand-supply, business models, regulations, data and technology, more than ever. With customer centricity, innovation, partnerships, collaboration, revolutionary R&D, all being essentials, organizations will need to be more flexible in dealing with disruption. Read more