Over recent months, we have seen dramatic changes in people’s lives and routines around the world.
With many of us self-isolating and staying home to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, our collective attention has turned to online social platforms unlike ever before, in an effort to keep us connected and entertained. Innovation in content creation coupled with creative features being rolled out on platforms themselves is contributing to this shift in the way in which social media is being used. Here are a couple of things we’ve noticed
VERO MYANMAR AND SINGAPORE OFFICES JOIN GLOBALCOM PR NETWORK Vero is pleased to announce that it has expanded its relationship with the GlobalCom PR Network, and today Vero’s Singapore and Myanmar offices officially join the network. Since 2010, Vero’s Thailand and Vietnam offices have enjoyed network membership. Vero is a […]
Media time and space are not guaranteed in Thailand. To gain news coverage, an organization has to consider the reasons the media chooses one story over another In the media industry, the press release is the most common tool for gaining the attention of the media. Here are some tricks […]
Ever heard of the term KOL? Most people outside of China have not – it stands for Key Opinion Leader. If you’re familiar with influencer marketing, you already have a basic understanding of what a KOL is. A KOL can be anyone from a well-known celebrity, socialite, a blogger, or […]
A group of Yangon students have raised awareness of the country’s growing air pollution problems through a creative campaign that last week inspired Myanmar’s Department of Meteorology and Hydrology to begin releasing air quality readings. The data has not previously been released to the public.