As more businesses look at developing nations for expansion, the Philippines tend to outrank other locations. This offers home-grown PR firms bigger and better opportunities with clients coming from countries a world away.
See which native PR firms are very strong in the region:
PRWorks Inc. presents a well-rounded list of services including digital public relations, marketing, and events planning. The firm sets itself apart by building strong relationships with local journalists and social media gurus. These connections boost visibility for clients and help them blend into the Philippine community. Clients include GT Cosmetics, Geeks on a Beach 2, Globe Telecom, Nokia, LENOVO, and AirAsia Philippines.
Dominguez Marketing Communications Inc.
Dominguez supplies services in both marketing and PR, following the path many agencies take by blurring the lines between public relations and marketing. The firm offers public relations, media relations, marketing, creative design, advertising, editorial writing, and events planning. Established in 1995, the firm worked hard claiming its place as one of the leading communications companies in the country. Dominguez is guided by eight core values – professionalism, teamwork, flexibility, social consciousness, commitment, growing skills, creating fresh ideas, and getting results.
Their client list includes Dell, FedEx, Ericsson, Siemens, Huawei, Toshiba, and Compaq.
PRC sets itself apart by setting trends rather than just doing what is popular. After three decades in the field, the firm focuses on creating the right message for the right people.PRC offers a mix of marketing and advertising, media events, problem-solving, and publicity. Their work earned PRC clients including DHL, Energizer, Quiznos, Banana Boat, and Nestle Bear Brand.
ArdentComm Public Relations
Ardent Comm is a great PR agency in the Philippines. With almost two decades of experience in the field and a host of five-star clients, many would say the firm earned this title. Some major clients include giants like Chevron, Suzuki, HP, SanDisk, Adidas, PayPal, Adobe, and Cisco.
To meet these clients’ needs, the firm’s focus on building relationships instead of just growing the client’s visibility. They bring a mix of approaches to PR creating a cost-effective one-stop-shop for clients. These include direct marketing, social media, marketing promotions, events, and a bit of advertising.
From the interactive website to the way they do business, Eon Communications proves a force to be reckoned with in PR. The company offers a full package to clients branching into areas such as advocacy, government relations, research planning, and training.
Eon separates its business into four units manned by roughly 90 experts. These experts span fields including, sociology, education, finance, tourism, and politics.
The four units used by Eon include Eon PR, Engage, Tangerine, and Dig. Eon Public Relations uses more traditional PR approaches. Engage builds communities through public affairs and government relations. Tangerine handles the marketing and advertising side of the business. And, Dig creates stories and messages for digital channels. Clients include Delta Air Lines, BMW, Rolls Royce, MTV, Visa, McDonald’s, Blue Cross, USAID, Nike, and Samsung.
Any we missed in this part of the world? This is part of our continuing focus on the best International PR firms.
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