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.
PublicAffairsAsia has developed a briefing based on a survey and workshop which explored how to scale multi-sector partnerships in Asia Pacific. The research explores the essential steps, watchwords and fundamentals of building and scaling cross-sectoral partnerships which have impact and can be scaled.
The August 2015 issue of PublicAffairsAsia is available for download. From cover to cover it includes expert analysis and coverage of the issues confronting corporate public affairs and strategic communications professionals operating in Asia Pacific. Download the 36 page magazine and the accompanying Guide to PublicAffairsAsia "Advance" Training and Development.
PublicAffairsAsia reports on APCAC's Washington Door Knock, approval of the TPA and support for the TPP
Government relations professionals operating in mainland China believe they are managing a more challenging operating environment with increasingly inadequate resources. This is the central finding of a survey of GR professionals operating in mainland China conducted by PublicAffairsAsia.
A new study by FleishmanHillard warns that companies must do more to understand the effects that cyber attacks can have on corporate reputation and consumers’ buying habits.
China’s not the last frontier any more... But nor is it easy. And it’s going to get more difficult.... Ahead of the 2015 China Government Affairs Forum, PublicAffairsAsia offers five top tips to deliver effective government relations in mainland China.
The January 2015 edition of PublicAffairsAsia magazine includes an extended feature "Does Size Matter?" probing the rise of boutique and specialised agency services. It also looks at the complexity of crisis communications and the future of city branding in Asia Pacific.
The 2015 Edelman Trust Barometer reveals an alarming evaporation of trust across all institutions, reaching the lows of the Great Recession in 2009, with trust levels in Japan lower than 50 per cent.
In a new report, global legal firm WilmerHale examines the developments and predictions for the anti-bribery sector in 2015.