Jon-paul Pritchard explains that the rapid rise of Asian economies means that corporations have to stop, think, and assess before determining their long-term staffing structures
Building up knowledge of your stakeholders will deliver big wins for corporate professionals trying to find systematic PA solutions, says Terence Lyons
Russia’s Bid Committee for the 2020 World Expo has appointed Weber Shandwick to support its global public relations campaign.
Amanda Douglas, an Asia trade specialist who formerly served with the US International Trade Administration, has joined APCO Worldwide’s Singapore office.
Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda highlights Japan’s global and domestic policy priorities ahead of a year of rebuilding and refocusing the agenda
Weber Shandwick has announced that Natalie Lowe has been appointed as a new vice president based in Shanghai.
Dato’ Sri Abu Kassim is passionate about the fight against corruption in Malaysia. Lesley Junlakan meets the man charged with succeeding where others have failed
Ahead of the publication of their new book, Mark Chong and Jin Montesano examine what forces are driving the rapid acceleration of strategic corporate public affairs in Asia Pacific
Leslie Gaines-Ross tells Craig Hoy that corporations must do more to protect their hard-won corporate reputation amid a raft of new threats and challenges