PR firm Jensen Mathews revealed its plans to acquire new agencies in Asia as well as Australia. The acquisition will be part of the firm’s efforts to expand the company. The company will later also make moves to expand in China and US.
The company has grown considerably just within two years of establishment in the GCC.
Jensen Mathews’ executive director Loredana Matei says, “In 2017 we established two test-teams in Singapore and Hong Kong to test the market capabilities within APAC (Asia-Pacific) region and how Jensen Matthews can position its brand,” Matei told Arabian Business.
“The APAC expansion was in our five years plan since we started the agency, but as a response to a growing services request from Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, South Korea and Japan, we decided to start the expansion in Q3 and Q4 2018 by acquiring four small agencies, located in Australia, Singapore, Japan so we can actually blend into the culture and make sure we have a proper response to the market request.”
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