Public Relations
AI in PR
AI in PR is inevitable but how will this impact the industry? By 2025, according to a study conducted by Gartner, 70 per cent of companies are expected to adopt AI into their daily operations to help employees in different tasks – especially tasks that deem easily be replaced with robots. One field where AI...
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brand connection
Brand connection- what is it and why should businesses care? 90% of Singaporeans believe that global brands have the power to encourage compassion and empathy to make the world a better place.  In today’s increasingly polarised landscape, customers are seeking more than just products and services. They yearn for connection: a sense of belonging, shared...
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D&I in PR
D&I in PR: Should startups care? The short answer is, yes. With 86% of consumers increasingly discerning about the brands they support, authenticity has become a defining factor in brand loyalty. These consumers look beyond the product and choose to invest in brands that align with their values and beliefs. One way where brands can...
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Why do you need a good PR strategy for your startup? Here’s why: When it comes to startup entrepreneurship, success often hinges on the innovation of products or services and how well the brand is perceived and communicated to stakeholders. While focusing on marketing efforts is undoubtedly important, a comprehensive PR strategy for your startup...
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Kumpulan Modal Perdana (KMP), a government-owned tech-focused VC, announced today their successful investment in SmartRetail, a leading AI computer vision profiling solutions and consumer engagement advertising technologies platform. The startup’s funding round is also joined by two strategic investors LMI Group Inc., one of the largest retail solutions providers in Japan, and MCP Group, one...
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localised marketing
Localised marketing strategy is key for businesses thriving in today’s globalised and interconnected world, as it allows them to expand their operations and resonates with audiences across multiple markets. The UOB Business Outlook Study 2023 (Regional) unveiled that over 80% of businesses in Southeast Asia and Greater China are looking to penetrate global markets in...
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branding for startups in Malaysia
Branding for startups in Malaysia is crucial for standing up in a competitive and culturally diverse market. Malaysia looks to be the future startup hub in Southeast Asia. The Malaysian government has been supporting startups and has also shown its interest by developing the Malaysian Startup Ecosystem Roadmap (SUPER) from 2021 – 2030 to make...
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branding for startups in Singapore
Branding for startups in Singapore is crucial in the nation’s competitive landscape. Singapore’s startup ecosystem has flourished in recent years to become the 8th best in the world, which has resulted in a competitive landscape for new businesses looking to establish themselves. 77% of consumers rely on brand familiarity to shape their purchasing decisions, emphasising...
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SMEs in Malaysia
Small and Medium Enterprises or SMEs in Malaysia are part of the backbone of a country’s economy as they play the role of the ideal incubators of innovative solutions, driving economic growth across sectors. Despite their ingenuity and passion, SMEs in Malaysia can have the most limited resources and may struggle with volatile revenue streams....
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Crimson Education, a leading university admissions consultancy, proudly announces that the 2024 Crimson Access Opportunity (CAO) scheme is now open for applications from 1 February. The CAO program is designed to offer exceptionally talented students in the Philippines free access to Crimson’s esteemed admissions assistance into top universities in the United States (US). Studying in...
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May 2024