About the Asia-Pacific Communications Summit
Since launching in Hong Kong in 2015, APACD’s Asia-Pacific Communications Summit (APCS) has emerged as a unique opportunity for senior communications leaders from across region to meet their peers and hear from the very best in the industry, as well as to take part in workshops, seminars and interactive sessions.
In 2019, the APCS merged with PRovoke’s Asia-Pacific Summit, the region’s biggest communications conference, in order to bring both breadth and depth to the curated conversations, which help chart the future of communications and public relations in Asia-Pacific. A special APACD session at the 2019 Summit in Singapore explored how in-house communicators are driving organisational change.
In 2020, the Asia-Pacific Summit will take place virtually on September 24, along with the SABRE Awards. The Summit typically attracts 250+ of the communications worldʼs brightest, while around 350 industry leaders usually attend the Awards ceremony. Further details are available here.
Since launching in 2014, PRovoke’s Asia-Pacific Summit has featured names such as Lenovo CMO Arthur Wei, J&J global analytics head Jyoti Jain, Microsoftʼs Andrew Pickup, GEʼs Rachana Panda, Emiratesʼ Valerie Tan, Netflixʼs Jessica Lee, Tiffanyʼs Helen Zhou, P&Gʼs Nancy Liu and Temasekʼs Stephen Forshaw, along with senior comms and social media executives from Nike, McDonaldʼs, Ikea, Li & Fung, Fonterra, AIA, Telstra, Huawei, Siemens, SAP, Standard Chartered, Philips and Tata.