Strategic public relations and communication
POSITIONING YOUR FIRM AS A MARKET LEADER
DEVELOPING CONTENT TO BUILD A BRAND
ARE BUILT ON
MESSAGES AND TIMELY UPDATES.
Telling your story
How you tell your story will have an impact on every aspect of your business because communications travel at the speed of news across a wide range of channels.
Axis PR keeps up with innovation and new technology and has expertise in aligning public relations and promotion with business activities using digital and traditional channels.
Axis PR is an independent New Zealand public relations, communications and investor relations agency.
Our clients rely on us to help them build support for their businesses through managed exposure in capital markets.
Axis PR provides early-stage investment and development company Pacific Channel with marketing and communication services and assists in raising capital for ground-breaking kiwi technology start-ups.
We also team with ACP Group in Hong Kong on public relations and marketing programmes.
Axis PR partners with businesses and organisations to build, promote and protect their brands and reputations. Our core services are strategy and storytelling and our focus is on developing and delivering public relations programmes that make a difference - earning the trust of stakeholders. We are a family-run business with a commitment to sustainable living and doing the right thing.
Public relations services:
> Reputation management
> Corporate communication
> Investor relations, IPOs & M&A
> Sustainability communication (ESG)
> Government relations
> Issues and crisis management
> Media relations
> Content creation
> Digital and social media
> Business to business
> Chinese language 中文
A public relations plan with a clear vision statement and well thought out strategies and tactics can help to put your organisation on the road to success.
Communication programmes developed and delivered by Axis PR will: give stakeholders confidence in your brand, enhance your reputation and contribute to your bottom line.
The COVID-19 outbreak forced many businesses to make tough decisions and flick the switch to crisis management mode.
As COVID vaccines are rolled out and countries open up to visitors, companies conducting a SWOT analysis will see there are not only threats, but also opportunities.
In determining those opportunities the questions to ask include: what are the new trends, where are the gaps in the market, what can we do better than competitors, what new technology can we use and what must we do to attract the best talent?
Answers to these questions will inform the preparation of a business plan that includes public relations.
A good PR firm can help you to build your reputation by sending the right messages at the right time to the right people.
An Auckland-based public relations firm, we champion our clients' interests and are proactive in finding the best ways to serve them during good and bad times.
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