Busy times: PIABO PR is growing constantly. We are proud to celebrate a huge success having built up a strong and solid network of clients, partners and multipliers over the past 13 years. This is of course a result of combined strengths, the efforts of our team, the presence of our CEO at global events and our flexible working structures to coordinate clients all around the world. As digital natives we know how to play the game, but we also invest a lot of time to assure our pioneering position in tech communications.
“We are a European B2B company. Is it important to have our presence on Chinese social media? If so, which platforms or what tools are the most effective ones?” “Can’t we just translate contents to Chinese and share on Chinese social media?” These are a couple of the most common questions we are often asked. To help you grow business in China, we consolidate the three most asked questions here.
In the digital world, communication works differently than in analog society – thus calling for entirely different PR mechanisms. Business models are becoming more abstract, there is an onslaught of news, and special expertise is needed to stand out with tech-focused content from the ever louder background noise.
In the last year, we witnessed numerous rebrandings. WeWork changed its name to The We Company, LimeBike became Lime and the career-oriented social networking site Xing SE changed its name to New Work SE.
Changing your brand image, however, involves many uncertainties. When should a company invest in a rebranding and what consequences will this have on the business? We accompanied the rebranding process of our client Omio, formerly GoEuro. Any company considering this exercise should take note of the following six helpful tips that will guide you through a successful rebranding.
From the smart home to autonomous cars to industrial applications – the fields of application for artificial intelligence are diverse. In this
This article lists the Top 10 events for additive manufacturing in 2019 – an overview of the most important industry events that marketing and communications managers should have on their radar.
The 3D Printing Industry continues to grow, presenting new applications and solutions on a regular basis. The rise of new technologies have provided young companies with the opportunity to rapidly grow and expand in the international arena. While established ones have reviewed existing processes that could highly impact the performance of their businesses. The evolution of this fast growing industry has been in the eye of several media, but some of them have focused on this topic in greater depth. The following magazines are the top 5 you can not miss if you want to be up to date with the latest 3D printing trends.
The digitalization of the industry continues unabated. The Industrial Internet of Things and Smart Manufacturing promise immense advantages for the manufacturing industry, such as resource-saving production, optimized logistics, and flexible fabrication. This article explains which industry events in 2019 the most important trends will be discussed – an overview of the most important industry 4.0 events in 2019 that marketing and communications professionals should have on their screens.
In recent years, Chinese enterprises have developed rapidly, and the pace of “going out” has been accelerating and has received great attention from the world. In the process, Chinese companies face a complex international media environment.
Since the launch of One Belt One Road Initiatives, Chinese government has been pushing and inducing foreign investors and domestic producers to move inland through its “Go West” policy. Following this trend, in recent years, Germany has been the favorite country for Chinese direct investments in Europe.
Whilst Chinese companies are expanding their investments in Germany, it is also worth looking into how communication can help Chinese companies succeed in Germany. In our experience in helping companies in both China and Germany, we have observed that the ways to communicate and the media landscape in Germany are different, but also similar in some regards. Let’s have a look.