Communication Director Newsletter - 06.04.2016
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Welcome to the April edition of Communicaion Directory Newsletter!,

Unsurprisingly, given the dynamism of the communications field in Asia Pacific, an important element of the first Asia-Pacific Communication Monitor looks at the future development of the profession: the predictions of respondents is a vital picture of not only where the profession stands now but how it sees itself growing in the next few years. Based on responses from 1,200 communication professionals in 23 countries across East, South and Southeast Asia, New Zealand and Australia, the Monitor paints a fascinating picture of the evolution of our shared understanding of the communications profession. It charts attitudes towards earned, owned and paid media, social media skills, drivers of job satisfaction, and characteristics of excellent communication departments in Asia Pacific.

Meanwhile, communicators need to be aware of the potential perils that could hinder the performance of their organisations: this month’s Facts & Figures section looks at the most influential business risks at play in the deeply interconnected environment we work in.

Articles like the Asia-Pacific Communication Monitor and online content such as Facts & Figures are just part of the content on offer at Communication Director, the magazine for corporate communications and public relations. We welcome your feedback and engagement online or at info@communication-director.com
 

   


personnel
Netflix has hired the Southeast Asia head of communications for Spotify to run its consumer public relations function in Asia Pacific. Belle Baldoza, a former radio DJ and Ogilvy account executive, joins the internet ...  + 
Heineken UK corporate relations director Jeremy Beadles has been promoted to the same role across Asia Pacific. Beadles’ replacement will be David Paterson, currently head of public affairs and corporate responsibility at ...  + 
Jobs
Officine Panerai
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Hotel Icon
Location: Hong Kong
Uber
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Eaton
Location: Shanghai, China
Nike, Inc.
Location: Tokyo. Japan
The Coca-Cola Company
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
IBM
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
Article
Seven starting points for discussion for this year’s first Asia-Pacific Communication Monitor

  The Communication Monitor series – both European and Latin American – have been providing us with exciting insights into the status and challenges of strategic communication. It was therefore only a matter of time until the research team would also focus on one of the most rapid moving and fast paced regions in the world: Asia Pacific. Questions of how communication creates value in the region  read more 
Events
11.04.2016, Hong Kong
The first Showcase Session in 2016 of the APACD will share CBRE’s Award Winning digital communications strategy. As we all know, digital ...  + 
21.04.2016, Shanghai
Campaign Asia Pacific is delighted to announce the 3rd annual Digital360, taking place on April 21 in Shanghai. 2015’s event brought ...  + 
17.05.2016, Singapore
Through a series of interactive round tables and intimate workshops, the Responsible Business Summit Asia will provide with practical tools and ...  + 
Facts and Figures
The global risk landscape is changing. This year and in the future, businesses face a wider range of disruptive forces. The effects of globalisation, digitalisation and technological disruption pose fundamental challenges to many business models. That is the main takeaway from the fifth annual Allianz Risk Barometer, which identifies the top corporate perils based on the responses of over 800 risk  read more 
Codi Newsletter - 06.04.2016
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