The PRCA Southeast Asia PR and Communications Board was launched today, with 15 elected members, drawn from across the region.
Chaired by Lee Nugent CMPRCA, Regional Director, Archetype, the Board Members are:
- Angela Sim MPRCA, Marketing Director, Affluence PR
- Deepa Balji MPRCA, Executive Director, Marketing and Communications, Publicis Groupe Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa
- Susanna Hughes MPRCA, Director of Communications, Appier
- Ng Keng Wee MPRCA, Technology Lead, Singapore, WE Communications
- Clāra Ly-Le MPRCA, Managing Director, ELOQ Communications
- Tom Evrard MPRCA, Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting
- Joleena Seah MPRCA, Director, Southeast Asia, GHC Asia
- Lauren Myers-Cavanagh MPRCA, Director, Special Projects, Edelman
- Andrew Wong MPRCA, Director, Blue Totem Communications
- Kelly Johnston MPRCA, Managing Director, Southeast Asia, MHP Communications
- Lena Soh Ng MPRCA, CEO, Huntington Communications
- Ong Hock Chuan MPRCA, Co-Founder, Maverick
- Poh Leng YU, MPRCA, Co-Founder, Singapore PR Network
- Steffen Egelund, MPRCA, Managing Partner, CARMA ASIA
- Eva Sogbanmu, Executive Director, Communications, Asia Pacific, JLL
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.” Read more
The PRCA and PRWeek are today launching the first PR and Communications Census for the Asia-Pacific region, in conjunction with research partner YouGov.
The PR and Communications Census Asia-Pacific survey is open from today. Click here to take part: https://start.yougov.com/refer/vdg4HPLDz21ybk
The results, which will be launched this Autumn, will provide the most comprehensive and authoritative analysis of the PR and communications industry across Asia Pacific.
The PR and Communications Census 2019 Asia Pacific will reveal authoritative demographics and diversity figures, salaries, the gender pay gap, industry prospects, and the industry’s evaluation preferences. Not to mention how PR professionals feel about the pressing issues of growth, revenues, and budgets. Read more