PRovoke Media's Asia-Pacific Summit & SABRE Awards charts the future of influence and engagement, while also celebrating cutting edge communications work.
PRovoke Media's Asia-Pacific Summit & SABRE Awards will seek to generate inspiring discussions on the future of marketing and communications.
The hybrid conference is expected to begin at 1.30pm HKT/SGT and finish by 6pm.
The Summit features some a high-profile mix of senior global communicators, marketers and thinkers.
The Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards benchmark and celebrate the best public relations work, agencies and individuals across the fast-changing region.
The SABRE Awards ceremony, including the IN2 SABRE Awards, will start at 7pm HKT/SGT, with the broadcast opening at 6.30pm.
Finalists for the 2021 Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards, which are being held virtually on 15 September.
As the agency lead for SMARTER™ (H+K’s behavioral communications model) at Hill+Knowlton Strategies Thailand, Julian Buckeridge oversees the development and spearheading of communications strategies and creative execution, working with account leads as well as clients to design and implement behavioral interventions that shape audience outcomes.
His experience has seen him consult senior management and leaders in the technology, engineering, financial services, pharmaceutical, property and F&B sectors on behavioral and market research, brand development, stakeholder mapping, integrated corporate and consumer marketing communications, as well as crisis and issues management.
Julian also leads stakeholder and employee engagement workshops; presentation skills; media spokesperson and crisis training sessions across APAC for clients including BMW, Danone, Diageo Moet Hennessy, Facebook, Frasers Property, Huawei, Lazada, Sanofi-Aventis, Shell and UOB (Thailand).
Prior to joining Hill+Knowlton Strategies, Julian worked as an independent consultant across Asia-Pacific after several years with Australian agency Taylor & Grace, where he directed campaigns for multinational and local clients as well as the not-for-profit sector, including the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival.
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