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5 things you need to know when using KOLs in Vietnam

Advantages and disadvantages of social media in crisis communications

Social media channels offer both advantages and limitations for crisis communication compared to using traditional media channels alone, such as holding press conference or releasing a correction press release. Advantages of social media channels are their speed, ease-of-reach, and interactivity, which together allow organizations to send messages to stakeholders that are more personal, authentic, and […]

Why an open mind gets the best PR talent

By Eva Sogbanmu, Head of Communications, Asia-Pacific, JLL I’ve worked with plenty of excellent colleagues who studied PR at university. But while it may seem like the natural starting point for a career in communications, we must never be overreliant on it as a source of talent. When I was asked by the PRCA to […]

Five thoughts on the debut Asia-Pacific PR and Communications Census

Written by Dr. Clāra Ly-Le MPRCA, Managing Director, EloQ Communications I’ve enjoyed being a PRCA Southeast Asia member since it launched in the region last year, and I was pleased to be asked to provide comments for its new regional Census, which is a hugely valuable source of data and analysis on the public relations […]