More than half of Hong Kong’s PR agencies reported an increase in client spending over the past year, according to the latest annual Industry Benchmarking Survey. Published by the Council of PR Firms of Hong Kong (CPRFHK), the survey – released in full to those Hong Kong firms that contributed – offers an overview of the state of the industry and the opportunities and challenges it faces.
Prospect and PublicAffairsAsia invite you to participate in our annual Salary Survey. The questionnaire takes just five minutes to complete via this link and will be published as part of the third State of the Industry Report.
Travel is big business: International tourists now spend USD$1 trillion per year. This white paper explores how to encourage Foreign Independent Travellers, and what Online Travel Agents can do to develop this crucial sector.
Following the 2017 Corporate Affairs Forum, FleishmanHillard invites you to take part in a survey examining the global political context and its business impact on Asia Pacific at the regional and national levels.
The year 2017 will be filled with energy and uncertainty for Chinese entities looking to invest in the United States or acquire U.S. corporations according to a new assessment by APCO.
As the Indian Government presents its next budget, Chase India’s special Year In Review report 2016 report summarizes major policy announcements by the Government in the year and their current status.
Global communications consultancy Weber Shandwick has published its 2015 Corporate Citizenship Report. It charts the work Weber Shandwick is undertaking in partnership with its corporate, foundation, non-profit and pro bono clients.
World Vision International reports on the launch of the Asia Public-Private-Partnerships Incubation Hub, a new programme involving Procter and Gamble, Singapore's Economic Development Board and World Vision International
In a new report, Weber Shandwick looks at why, and how, the world’s three largest economies – China, the US and the EU – are entangled in a complex trade tussle which could have considerable political ramifications.
In this new report APCO Worldwide China offers a detailed assessment of the PRC's 13th Five Year Plan. APCO’s China team looks at what is in the plan, what this says about China’s efforts to transition into a new economy and society, and the implications for multinationals operating on the mainland.