New Delhi, 10th September, 2015: Marking an impressive entry at the Holmes Report Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards 2015, SPAG Asia, a full service Public Affairs and Government Relations consultancy, has made it to the top 5 in the Corporate and Public Affairs Consultancy of the Year category.

The SABRE Awards, which are the communication industry’s most sought-after awards, recognize campaigns that demonstrate the highest levels of strategic planning, creativity and business results.

SPAG Asia is a multidisciplinary consultancy offering services in Government Affairs and Policy Communications and Social Media. It provides a unique semblance of solutions backed by their knowledge of the local market along with exposure to the global culture. The company has been able to achieve that with its long years of global association and work with various international clients.

With a keen eye for detail, SPAG Asia has developed the propriety tools IDEA and MAP. IDEA (influencer driven engagement approach) is a strategic tool to help clients identify and implement influencer driven programmes. It outlines the business environment to identify eminent stakeholders. MAP (market access plan) applies the principles of assessment on the parameters of risk and benefits to gauge domestic market situation.

The winners of the awards would be announced on September 23rd 2015 in Hong Kong.

About SPAG Asia:

SPAG Asia is a full-service Public Relations, Government Affairs and Social Media consultancy with expertise in a wide range of domains and industries. Present in India, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, we are a leading communications consultancy with seasoned communication professionals. Our core philosophy is to keep it REAL for our clients; hence all our campaigns are backed by extensive secondary and primary research.

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