H+K expands Asia footprint with opening of new office in Indonesia

April 7, 2020, JAKARTA – Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K), one of the world’s leading public relations firms, has announced the opening of H+K Indonesia. The new office further expands the agency’s Asia footprint with a significant presence in the world’s 16th largest economy and fourth most populous country. Read more

Industry Research: COVID-19 Significantly Impacts PR Industry in SEA

Industry research: COVID-19 significantly impacts PR industry in SEA

PRCA SEA has announced the results of its COVID-19 survey which aims to provide a better understanding of how communications professionals and organisations are coping with the current pandemic. Read more

Aka Asia Appoints Julia Wei as Managing Partner

The future looks bright as the agency enters its 11th year with strengthened leadership

3 April 2020, Singapore – Independent communications agency, AKA Asia, has appointed Julia Wei to the newly created role of Managing Partner. The role will see her work closely with the management team to provide invaluable creative and strategic stretch, while
continuing to drive its culture of fearless creativity and fuel its integrated thinking across digital, social and traditional comms. Read more

PRCA SEA offers 35% off Virtual Training courses

The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) has announced significant discounts for its new virtual classroom training model.

The PRCA SEA’s face-to-face courses have been redesigned to be fully-interactive virtual experiences, allowing delegates to ask questions and download relevant materials in real-time. Read more

PRCA to Launch Covid-19 Taskforce to Support PR Industry

The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) has announced plans to launch a Global Covid-19 Public Communications Taskforce in response to its Covid-19 Survey findings. This Taskforce will provide free practical support to practitioners around the world.

The U.K survey – which gathered the views of around 200 PR professionals – found more than a third of practitioners (33%) believed the industry was underprepared for the outbreak. Read more