Weber Shandwick is an award-winning global public relations and communications firm and has a heritage in Japan stretching back more than half a century. Our network of 126 offices in 81 markets spans APAC, EMEA, and the Americas, and we speak 65 languages.
The Tokyo office was originally established as International PR Inc. in 1959, and since then we have planned and executed external and internal communications programs to help a broad range of multi-national and local clients achieve their goals in Japan and overseas.
In a world where information comes at us from endless sources, it’s no longer just about engaging people with a story. Today, we engage people in the story. This concept of engagement fuels our brand ideas and provokes us to go beyond the seemingly impossible. It provides the imperative to connect campaigns, wherever they might be. And it ensures we think as much about peoples’ relationships as we do the people themselves.
At Weber Shandwick we call this the Engagement Era.
While it’s an uncertain time for many marketers and agencies, it’s one we’re very familiar with: Engaging audiences is what we’ve done since the beginning. When you engage, you converse. When you engage, you inspire advocates. It’s actually what we’ve always done. And always will.
Weber Shandwick is a unit of The Interpublic Group (NYSE: IPG), one of the world’s largest organisations of advertising and marketing services companies.