January 15, 2018
15 JANUARY 2018, SINGAPORE – Klareco Communications, an award-winning strategic communications consultancy in Asia, is pleased to announce that it is now a member of Global Communication Partners (GCP). GCP is a global network of independent communications firms with specialist skills in Financial and Corporate Communications.
As a member of the network, Klareco will work alongside some of the best-in-class independent public relations consultancies in the world’s major financial markets, including London, New York and Frankfurt. Membership of GCP will boost Klareco’s global reach beyond Asia, enhancing the support of clients with international needs in over 20 countries worldwide.
“Global Communication Partners shares our philosophy of providing top-quality service offerings to clients, and we are proud to be part of such an established network of market-leading communications firms,” said Ang Shih-Huei, CEO, Klareco Communications.
Mark Worthington, Managing Director, Klareco Communications, added, “GCP is an augmentation of our existing affiliate relationships, allowing us to deepen conversations with our clients and build new relationships in even more markets. We are already starting new business discussions with GCP members and we look forward to exciting partnerships ahead.”
Shirley Collyer, Chair of Global Communication Partners said, “GCP was built on providing its members with an international network of best-in-market independent specialists who have on the ground knowledge. We are delighted to have Klareco Communications on board in Asia.”
GCP’s current members are market-leading firms with the specialist skills to help clients successfully communicate their messages to financial and corporate decision-makers. Some of the other agency members include Lansons (UK), Charles Barker (Germany), Intermarket Communications (US) and Adfactors (India).
About Klareco Communications
Klareco Communications is a regional communications agency with a rapidly expanding network of offices across Asia. They are a homegrown brand that is recognised as the trusted advisor to many Singapore companies as well as the world’s leading multinationals. Klareco’s best-in-class public relations services offer expert counsel to institutions and individuals. They thrive on bringing clarity to complex situations and creating the most insightful communications solutions for their clients. Klareco’s operations span multiple offices across Asia and a global network of partners in Asia, America, Europe and Middle East. Their in-country network allows them to offer counsel based on local knowledge coupled with international perspectives. Klareco believes that the most impactful communications solutions reach a wide stakeholder base across government and NGOs, business, the media and public. Their integrated communications approach brings together their specialism in corporate and financial communications, as well as public affairs, crisis and digital communications.
About Global Communication Partners
Global Communication Partners is a specialist financial and corporate communications network bringing together leading independent public relations consultancies in the world’s major financial markets.
The network is formed by the following agencies: Honner (Australia), Interel (Belgium), Cunha Vaz Brazil (Brazil), Argyle Public Relations (Canada), Shan (France), Charles Barker (Germany), Adfactors (India), Twister Communications Group (Italy), Access Communications & Consulting (Korea), Cunha Vaz Portugal (Portugal), Klareco Communications (Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur and Yangon) Grupo Albion (Spain), Farner (Switzerland), Borouj Consulting (United Arab Emirates), Intermarket Communications (United States), Lansons (United Kingdom).
Since 1995, Global Communication Partners, previously called the Global Financial Communication Network, has been delivering clients access to a network of independent, market-leading firms with the specialist skills needed to help clients successfully communicate their messages to financial and corporate decision-makers. The GCP network is exclusive and members are admitted by invitation only.