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4 ways to boost CSR this year

In 2020, consumers are looking to align with brands or companies that prioritize corporate social responsibility (CSR). It is completely essential for public relations for a company to show care for society – according to various studies, around 90% of the general consumer pool will buy a product because it advocates for an issue they care about whereas 75% will not buy from a brand that supports the contrary to their beliefs.


Promote social and environmental activities


Donate to organisations to support good causes. You can also organize or sponsor events in honor of a cause. Brands with a huge audience can help educate them on current social issues and ways they can help make a difference.




Offering volunteering days to employees can serve a two-fold purpose – spreading your brand name among the supporters of a cause and also helps build camaraderie between members of a team.


Treat your employees well


The current job market is extremely flexible. Employees are constantly on the lookout for a cool working environment. To ensure that your company attracts the best talent and keep them happy, offer attractive perks and make your workspace the place to be.


Show care for your environment


People are looking to reduce their impact on the environment and some of them expect the brands they support to do the same. Cut down on plastics, try to reduce usage of energy from non-renewable sources or support a good cause. It’s the little things that can make a world of difference to how your consumers perceive your brand.


Whether it is about supporting a good cause, caring for the environment, making your employees feel at home or volunteering, it is important to take that step further and make a change that will impact society.


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2019 has been a successful year for digital marketing and digital PR. With 2020 right around the corner, it’s about time we look into the future of the industry with ground-breaking tech such as AI(artificial intelligence) rapidly on the rise. As we go into the new decade, we can expect to see a lot of changes in the way things are done. Without further ado, here are five radical changes we foresee for the new year ahead.


Interactive video content:


Not really a new kid on the block, Interactive videos have been around for quite a while now. Unlike linear videos where you only get to play/pause/fast-forward/rewind, with Interactive videos the viewer can now be a part of the video with the use of an array of tools such as clickable areas which perform an action when you click on them, audience specific Q&As and so much more. They are enjoyable and also quite memorable which makes them highly engaging. And the best part is- you can now put a value on how interested people actually are. 


Smart speaker advertising:


There’s been an ongoing debate about advertising on smart speakers, but 2019 has witnessed a rise in the number of smart speaker users in the world, now at a staggering 200 million and counting. Now with the advent of ad-supported streaming services on Google and Amazon assistant devices, this form of advertising looks to make a mark come calendar year.


Optimizing for voice search:


Lost track of how many times you’ve said “Ok Google!” or “Hey Siri”? Voice search may not be something new to you and it’s on the rise, of course. Studies have found a meteoric rise over the past 6 months in particular, owing to innovation in technology and also the introduction of new devices that bring your virtual assistant outside just your phone. Optimizing content for various search engines(SEO) is quite a common practice now. However, with the advancement of Voice Search technology, the way of the future might be to optimize content to make it speech-friendly because let’s face it, simplicity is the need of the hour.


Written content heading the chatbot game:


It’s not a secret that content marketing has made a significant economic impact in the past few years(you have read through this far so, case in point). But it’s not very well known that written content in the form of conversational scripts is the primarily lifeline to chatbots. It is safe to say that with the rise of AI-powered chatbots, written content is not dying anytime soon.


Joining hands:


It is not a surprise to gradually see Marketing, Public Relations and Event Management moving in very similar directions that they almost seem like the same entity. The future looks bright with PR and Marketing looking to align closer than ever. The bigger question however is whether PR will dominate Marketing or will it turn into a faction under marketing. It certainly is time Integrated PR to step up their game to win this war.


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There’s no denying the power and impact influencers can have for brands when it comes to a campaign on social media and other digital channels. They have the followers and they have the personalities to help get your brand, product, or service before the eyes of their loyal fans and followers. But before engaging an influencer you first have to assess who will be the perfect fit for your message. There is by no means a one size fits all situation, each person brings not only their own unique voice and presence to a campaign but of course a particular audience.




First you need to do some research, and when it comes to a market like Thailand that’s where local knowledge becomes invaluable. There is an abundance of inspirational, motivational, exciting, interesting, media savvy, and entertaining influencers in this market and they include celebrities, sporting stars, entertainers, media personalities, entrepreneurs, chefs, models, business leaders, and so on. Identifying them and forging a relationship with them is critical when it comes to the success of any campaign. Not only do they need to be the right fit they also need to be motivated to be a part of your campaign. The more engaged they are the more successful your campaign will be.




You have to keep it real. Audiences can spot authenticity easily. So, it is critical for the success of your campaign to only have the right person or people involved, it is also essential that they are also fully vested in your message and believe in your brand, product, or service. Moreover, you need to ensure that their values and presence on social media suit your brand’s image and voice.




There’s no point having a race car driver talking about cooking utensils, unless of course they happen to be a very talented chef in their spare time. You need to match the influencer with your brand, product, or service. Selecting someone purely because you like them or because they have a lot of followers will not do your campaign any favors. Their followers follow them for a reason, those reasons need to be aligned with your campaign if you truly want results.




When it comes to the audiences that particular influencers have big numbers do not always equate to a more successful campaign. For some it is best to engage with micro-influencers, ones who focus on a particular niche and as such attract a very loyal, albeit small fan-base. But don’t let the lower numbers deter you, these followers and fans are truly engaged in what these influencers share and talk about on their social media channels. It’s all about engagement, these are the numbers that matter. But, of course you cannot overlook those who have massive followings, they can do great things for the right campaigns. When you want and need to target a mass audience then the influencers who attract a large follower base are most likely the ones for you.


Whenever we are discussing a new PR campaign with a client and that campaign involves using social media influencers, we know how important all of the above is to make the campaign as successful as it can possibly be. We employ our local knowledge and relationships to ensure we engage the right people for the right projects. It is the best way to ensure your campaign gets a great Return in Influence.


Joseph Henry is the founder and CEO of Vivaldi Public Relation Agency.

He is an expert communicator and influencer who has been helping leading companies achieve their strategic objectives in Asia for the last 20 years.

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Going to Extremes with a Winning Agency

Vivaldi CEO competes in the largest race in Southeast Asia, to finally claim first prize

DESPITE its awful past, the infamous River Kwai’s ‘death’ railway built by WWII prisoners is an ideal location for the River Kwai Trophy Adventure Race, the largest race in Southeast Asia.

Vivaldi CEO was not always into endurance sports, but after becoming overweight and unhealthy he decided to get fit and enter the race for the first time. That was 11 years ago. It was the toughest thing he’d ever done, but was hooked from then on.

In 2015, his friend Ross Cain and he decided to team up under the name “Atlast” with the purpose of winning the Grand Masters of the River Kwai Race. He was super-fit, coming off cycling the 1200 km Audax France in under 70 hours. They trained hard in the midday sun for five hours at a time, so by race day were in top shape. Despite a serious cycling crash in which Ross cracked his elbow and Joseph had a concussion, they came in 3rd place.

In 2016, they tried again, leading the race for five hours until Joseph’s legs cramped in the final river swim just a few hundred meters from the finish line. It hurt to lose like that.

At the registration for 2017, they saw teams entering from Thailand, Hong Kong, Malaysia and France. That night, a huge tropical storm rolled in. In an adventure race, you don’t know distances, routes or order of the swim, bike, kayak, obstacles or trails. You just deal with it as it comes. In this year’s race, they started with a run that crossed the Bridge over the River Kwai to the main plaza where tourists looked on.

When the MC finally announced at the finish, “Team Atlast has finished in 1st place in the Grand Masters Division”, hands rose in the air and both team members shouted at the top of their lungs! It has been 11 years in the making and finally a first ever win. The team had conquered Asia’s Largest Race at the Bridge over the River Kwai!


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