This time, I want to share my story with Jr. NBA, one of the clients that I currently handle. Just to give a quick background, Jr. NBA is NBA’s global youth development program that promotes basketball participation and an active lifestyle among children. This time, Jr. NBA Indonesia program returns for a second consecutive year, and Praxis is once again trusted to handle its PR activities.
Good news for citizens of Bogor! At the end of last March, our new family members (read: client), Piaggio Indonesia (PID) who acts as Principal and Sole Agent (ATPM) of the iconic Vespa and Piaggio scooters, inaugurated its official dealer in Bogor, West Java, as it continues to expand its market in Indonesia. The dealer opening aims to fulfill its commitment to bring iconic Vespa and Piaggio scooters closer to potential customers in Indonesia, including in Bogor.
Working with The Phenomenal Mi, Who is with Me? Last week (01/04), on April Fools’ Day (I am not saying this is relevant), the day known as the day to play practical jokes and and spread hoaxes, Xiaomi (Mi) launched its latest devices in Indonesia. With obviously no fake stories involved, Redmi 2 and Mi Pad officially is now available in the Indonesian market. This launch was somewhat special for everyone R
PT. Dinamika Praxis Komunikasi A PR agency based in Jakarta is looking for: Account Coordinator (Senopati – South Jakarta) Responsibilities: Develop communications materials Build and maintain good relationship with media and other related institutions Manage client’s expectation Implement and manage communication programs Prepare various deliverables related to client’s needs Provide support to account leaders &
Bisnis, Bisnis, dan Bisnis? Kontribusi Citi Terhadap Masyarakat Indonesia Oleh Kartika Nurdwiastuti Hai semua! Perkenalkan saya Kartika, salah satu mahasiswa magang di Praxis. Selain saya, ada Erwin yang juga magang di Praxis. Kami berdua berasal dari Universitas yang sama. Selama berada di Praxis, banyak hal yang saya dapatkan baik dari segi ilmu dan juga pengalaman. Saya pun telah mengikuti dan turut membantu beb
From an inter cultural communication perspective, Indonesia can be categorized as a country with high-context communication pattern. We tend to communicate implicitly, not explicitly. We rely on context, our shared experiences and expectations to add meaning to our communication activities.
Here is a quick story why I think Russell is such a big thing – I flew over 1.500 km to see his show! Enough said no? And obviously to the 7.999 other audiences at Stadium Malawati, Shah Alam on the April 10 and another 8.000 on the April 11 show. I am just talking about Malaysia shows that is, not to mention other countries on Russell “World Almost Famous Tour 2015”, which started last September and taken Russel to Canada, America, New Zealand, South Africa and India. He has also performed in Australia, before making his way to Southeast Asia with Malaysia as his final stop. It is such a shame that Russell didn’t stop by Indonesia, like he did back in 2012 and the year after for his “Notorious World Tour 2013.”
Over the course of 2014, we were trusted by the NBA, Xiaomi, and Reed Panorama to assist them with their public relations activities. Three unique brands. Three different industries. Three distinct objectives. One common ground. All three of our these new clients were actually looking for a partner to help usher the arrival of their respective international brands for the very first time in Indonesia.
So it all started when our Director, Mas Adwi and our Principal Consultant, Mas Mercy asked me and my fellow interns (Femi and Thalia) to develop a communication proposal for what they labelled as “up-and-coming” technology company, Xiaomi. I remembered my lecturer once talked about Xiaomi in one of my classes, but never had the interest to even google it (yes, google is a verb now).
During my college years I worked and interacted with people who were on the same level as me, specifically my college mates. This year is slightly different. I decided to try to work in a real world (doesn’t mean I’ve been living in a different world). Anyway, I found a job in Praxis, a public relations agency/consultant in Jakarta. I had no idea what I was getting myself into, but everyone here welcomed me with open arms. I also discovered an interesting fact: Public relations is a world of perfectionists. It may sound scary, but trust me, read further and you will see what I really mean…