How We Help Companies Grow In The Region

Eight PR

Home to over four billion people in 24 countries, the Asia Pacific region is one of the most populous and diverse in the world. It’s also one of the fastest growing markets, making it an attractive destination for businesses looking to expand their operations.

However, doing business in Asia Pacific comes with its own set of challenges. For instance, there are significant cultural differences between countries, which can make it difficult to develop a cohesive marketing strategy that resonates with all your target audiences.

For another, companies need to be very aware of the local market when crafting their public relations strategy because what might work in Hong Kong could be a complete disaster in Indonesia.

China, Japan, and Korea are just three markets where English is not the primary language, so any materials need to be translated into the local language. A rule of thumb here is anything in English will not be as effective as it would be if it were in the local language.

Unique Media Landscape

Every country has its own unique media landscape, which can make it difficult to get your message across in a way that resonates with each market. However, the flip side to this is that outreach covers international, regional and local media, giving you the opportunity to reach a wider audience.

In a world where everyone can be a publisher, public relations professionals help companies stay on message and ensure their voice is heard above the noise. But Asia Pacific, PR is very different to markets that are predominantly English-speaking.

Expand Your Footprint With PR

Public relations is vital for companies expanding their footprint or entering the Asia Pacific market for the first time and is more important than ever because of the sheer number of channels and platforms that are available for companies to communicate to target audiences.

Taking a cookie cutter approach to PR in the Asia Pacific is a recipe for disaster. Yet if you get it right, the rewards can be significant.

With our expertise in the region, we help companies build their brand image and strengthen their presence in local and regional markets. We develop tailor-made strategies that take into account the unique challenges of each market, ensuring that your message is communicated effectively to your target audiences.

How We Can Help You

Here are ways we can help your company grow in the Asia Pacific region:

- Developing a comprehensive public relations strategy that takes into account the unique culture and customs of the region

- Conducting media outreach and getting your company’s story in front of key audiences in multiple languages

- Building relationships with and making introductions to local thought leaders, opinion makers and potential business partners

- Tailor-make a network of agencies in the region to suit your company’s specific needs. These agencies are all based in the region, so they have their finger on the pulse of what’s happening in each market. They are also experts in the local language and culture, which are essential for effective communication.

- Translating materials into the local language to ensure your message is communicated effectively

If you’re looking to expand your business in the Asia Pacific region, public relations should be at the top of your list. With our help, you can build a powerful presence in this vital market. Our services include content development, media outreach, public relations, relationship building, local and regional campaigns.

We understand the nuances and subtleties of the region, and we know how to craft a message that will resonate with your target audience. Whether you’re looking to enter the Asia Pacific market for the first time, or you’re looking to expand your existing footprint, we can help.

Eight Public Relations is a PR agency in Hong Kong. We help technology and legal clients enhance their profile through public relations, media relations, content development, corporate reputation, thought leadership programmes, and digital communications.