Owing to a large population and growing disposable income, the Asia-Pacific region now attracts a booming foreign business. This, in turn, leads to the growth of public relations firms needed for positioning key businesses in the local Thai market. We’ve put together a list of several Thailand PR firms providing some of the best services.
Total Quality PR Thailand
TQPR runs operations in several different Asian locations, such as Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam. In 1995, the firm entered Thailand as TQPR Thailand. It operates as an independent firm showing true dedication by providing high-quality work.
As a partner of WorldCom Public Relations Group, TQPR has access to social media influencers and other networks smaller firms do not. These connections earned the firm clients like Etihad Airways and Scandinavian Airlines.
The firm also shows its immersion in Thai culture by blogging in the native language helping to further blend with the culture, and helping its clients to do the same.
124 Communications Consulting
Voted the number one PR Agency in Thailand by the Holmes Report, 124 Communications ranks among the best consultancy firms in the country. The Holmes Report also ranked the firm among its list of 250 Largest Global PR Firms. 124 Communications also won the Gold Award as PR Agency of the Year from the Advertising Association of Thailand.
Nimitz Modrakee founded 124 Communications in 1989 and still serves as Chairman. Thanks to his leadership, 124 Communications boasts the skills, network, experience, and talented personnel their clients need to achieve their goals in the region.
These assets earned them top clients like YUM!, Nestle, MasterCard, Panasonic, Citibank, BMW, Jaguar, Volvo, and Air Asia.
If luck comes in groups of three, VERO PR has it covered. The firm boasts three offices in three countries, run by over 30 employees. Its status as an employee-owned and operated business allows VERO great flexibility and the freedom to offer fresh approaches building campaigns, since their founding in 2007. They gained recognition from The Holmes Report – being nominated twice for “PR Agency of the Year in Southeast Asia.”
The firm provides services ranging from B2B communications and seminars, to lead generation and digital marketing. These services allow even start-up companies to get their feet off the ground and grow into big businesses, and big clients.
Microsoft, GSK, Toyota, UBER, Fuji Xerox, and a host of others use VERO for their services helping them expand and become top in their fields.
Kith and Kin
Founded by Supaluck Tanthapicha, Kith and Kin first opened its doors in 1995 as a wholly-owned PR agency. Today the company specializes in creating positive images for tough sectors and handling the big issues sometimes marring brands.
What sets Kith and Kin apart is its close relationship with both the private sector and major public bodies. The Ministry of Industry, Department of Insurance, Energy Policy, and Planning Office, along with several others, turn to Kith and Kin to help build and maintain a positive image. Private organizations like Thai Airways, Shinawatra University, and Samitivej Hospital, also choose them to point them in the right direction.
A boutique PR firm with the Midas touch, Midas PR brings strong local connections to clients blending with Thai culture. Founded in 2003, the firm creates bold campaigns specially tailored to the needs of individual clients.
Midas’ work ethic involves a focus on transparency and providing detailed solutions paying close attention to what clients need, and what they desire as well. Samsung, L’Oreal, Mercedes-Benz, and Playboy Intimates are just some of the brands relying on them. They also offer additional services in addition to traditional PR activities such as graphics and web design.
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