Weber Shandwick has found that nearly one-half of Millennials (47 percent) believe CEOs have a responsibility to speak up about issues that are important to society, far outpacing the sentiments of Gen Xers and Boomers ...
April 4, 2017
Following the 2017 PublicAffairsAsia Corporate Affairs Forum, Karen Scott catches up with lead sponsor Hans Vriens, Managing Partner, Vriens & Partners to discuss changing economic realities and the future talent needs of the government relations ...
April 4, 2017
Sarah Crawshaw, Managing Director, Asia, at Taylor Bennett Hayman explains how government relations professionals bring value to their business, examining why the industry has become a fiercely competitive environment for many companies
August 9, 2016
Nominations for The 2016 PublicAffairsAsia Gold Standard Awards are now open and I hope your organisation will participate in this year's programme. Now in their eighth year the awards are widely seen as the accolade ...
July 18, 2016
Philippe Healey takes soundings on the fall-out from the recent ruling on the dispute between the Philippines and China over claims to The South China Sea
March 9, 2016
Ahead of the launch of the agenda for The 2016 China Government Affairs Forum, Weber Shandwick's Charles Shen offers exclusive insight into how government affairs in the PRC is evolving and charts ways to drive ...
February 19, 2016
LISTEN NOW: In a 20 minute podcast Steven R. Okun, Vice Chairman of APCAC, and William F. Quinn, Amex's Greater China Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications, debate whether Western style lobbying works in ...
February 18, 2016
Mark Michelson predicts that the distractions of the fractious US presidential election campaign will result in the US failing to take the leadership role it needs to maximise its engagement with Asia's key markets
January 26, 2016
Andrew McConville says the increased focus on the agriculture and food sector brings with it new pressures and more intense scrutiny among key stakeholders