The Holmes Report, a leading platform for the public relations (PR) industry, have shortlisted Bangkok-based PAPER & PAGE as one of Asia-Pacific’s “2019 New PR Consultancies of the Year” following an exhaustive research process involving more than 125 submissions and meetings with the best PR firms across the region.
The only Thai agency in this year’s shortlist, PAPER & PAGE have signed clients like AgriSource (Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, American Pulse Association, US Dry Bean Council, USA Dry Pea & Lentil Council), Deutscher Fußball Botschafter, ECPAT International, Haier Group, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, KT Corporation (formerly Korea Telecom), Pasona Group, Siam Winery (Moose Cider), and Westin Hotels & Resorts in two years of existence.
I’m extremely proud to represent Thailand as one of Asia-Pacific’s ‘2019 New PR Consultancies of the Year,’” exclaimed Mr. Robert Woodrich, co-founder and chief executive officer of PAPER & PAGE. “The APAC region is home to tremendous creative talent, and we’re humbled to have earned recognition from the Holmes Report.”
It has been an exciting ride for this young consultancy, who partnered up with Germany’s largest communications firm, mc Group, in 2018. Woodrich started out as an intern in the United Nations’ Asia-Pacific headquarters and still lectures at prestigious Thammasat University, most recently on corporate social responsibility and integrated marketing communications in Southeast Asia.
Consultancy of the Year winners are announced and honored at the 2019 Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards, which take place on September 12, 2019 in Singapore.