PublicAffairsAsia launches new format magazine


PublicAffairsAsia has launched a new format magazine with a series of innovative features designed to enhance engagement with senior corporate affairs and communications professionals.

The quarterly magazine has been relaunched with a new design and a
series of new features, including policy and politics briefings and a new
case study and intelligence section.

With a focus on people, policy and practice the magazine also offers
top-level interviews with senior practitioners, with the new-look
edition interviewing Weber Shandwick chairman, Tim Sutton, and Diageo’s
regional corporate affairs chief Richard Burn.

Also featured in this edition is a special focus on Japan, with Prime
Policy’s Scott Pastrick examining the challenges and opportunities for
MNCs as Shinzo Abe’s government pursues its policy agenda.

 

Commenting on the magazine relaunch, PublicAffairsAsia’s Executive Director, Craig Hoy, said: “The new format of the magazine combines a modern style with a lively approach to content. While maintaining a strong link with the journal-style content developed over the last four years, the new magazine offers a modern and forward-looking edge to PublicAffairsAsia.”

To mark the relaunch of the magazine PublicAffairsAsia is offering a special three-year subscription package at a discounted rate of US$450 – a US$150 discount on the normal rate. To view the latest edition on a complimentary basis visit http://www.PublicAffairsAsia.net/paamarch2013.pdf and email subscriptions@PublicAffairsAsia.com to subscribe at the discounted rate.

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