Investments in the Asian market continues to drive the global economy, and Hong Kong stands as a hotspot for businesses. Whether a company wants to invest in the Asian Market or work with local Hong Kong businesses, PR firms provide the necessary support for growth. Here are four of the top firms in Hong Kong:
Fleishman-Hillard Hong Kong
Fleishman-Hillard in Hong Kong uses mutual respect, integrity, teamwork and “client comes first” service to meet clients’ needs. The firm combines knowledge of the Hong Kong, Greater China and regional markets, with years of multidiscipline communications expertise across many industries. This makes Fleishman-Hillard one of the most reliable international firms in Hong Kong.
The firm’s dedication to the practice of international public relations and working with local Hong Kong companies earned it PRWeek‘s title of Global Agency of the Year.
Fleishman-Hillard offers the service of a multilingual team creating and implementing campaigns integrated to improve market perception. This ensures clients increase their profile in Greater China and the rest of the world.
Strategic Public Relations Firm
One of the largest public relations networks in Asia, and Hong Kong’s largest public relations consultancy, Strategic Public Relations Firm is an integrated public relations group. The firm also acts as an investor relations and financial communications specialist, with nine offices in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia. Together, the offices serve 250 clients in the region.
Over the years, SPRG’s campaigns have won over 55 awards; earning recognition from authority figures in the field, like Bulldog Reporter The Holmes Report, IPRA, PR News, PublicAffairsAsia, and Stevie Awards. Most notably, SPRG earned the title of PR Agency of the Year in Asia in 2013 and 2014, as well as, Best Crisis Management Team by Marketing 2014 PR Awards.
Cred Communications is an Asian Pacific Public Relations Agency based locally out of Hong Kong. The firm specializes in technology, food and beverage, events and exhibitions, corporate, and lifestyle. Clients include restaurants like Shikon and Mamoz. Cred also works on promotion campaigns for Hong Kong Restaurant Week.
The firm generates ideas for companies large and small to help preserve reputations, and ultimately, to help clients grow in the local and global economy. Cred works closely with companies and targeting markets with campaigns to grow brand awareness.
Plug is an independent public relations agency based in Hong Kong. The agency specializes in the promotion of consumer lifestyle brands and offering a personal service to businesses. Their hands-on approach to working with companies, along with the flair they bring to branding sets them apart from the competition.
Founded in 2008, some clients the firm works with include Mary Kay, UGG Australia, Hardy’s, and Chow Tai Fook.
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