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Agency Monday With The Pacific West Communications’ Andrew Peters

He sees himself as dolphin and connectivity is his secret keyword.

Social PR talks to The Pacific West Communications’ Andrew Peters and he shares with us how he will sell his services to aliens.

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Who are you? Ie what are the names of the people on your team?

Independent with a host on online passionate social media friends & agents.

What are you? In ten (or so) words, you would describe your agency as:

Connectiveness is our objective for and with all stakeholders

Why do we need you? Why should new clients go to you?

Social Media Marketing is in its infancy, yet the opportunities SMM offers has been followed and executed with passion unseen elsewhere by the other service agents in this space. Plus we are connected.

Contact? Who’s the best person on the team for new business?

This dude called APLINK

Best Pitch or Campaign? Please highlight your best pitch or campaign.

Singapore Tattoo Show 2009

If your PR agency was an animal, it would be a …?


Convince an alien just landed from outside the Asia-Pacific, who has only a basic understanding of PR and Social Media, as to why your agency is better than its rivals?

Social media & PR go hand in hand - understanding & delivering needs wisdom & empathy which we have plenty of both.

Complete this sentence: You wish that media/bloggers would…


If someone wanted to get a job with you guys, how would they go about it?

Demonstrate passion, creativity, diversity, curiosity & a desire to listen, learn & add value without hesitation.

If you were a great novel, you would be…

The Chronicles of Narnia

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