On March 1, 2019, EloQ Communications has joined the Public Relations and Communications Association Southeast Asia (PRCA SEA), the Southeast Asian branch of the world’s largest PR professional body. We are excited to join the prestigious ranks of PRCA SEA members as their first Vietnam-based agency, and eager to prove our ability to uphold the organization’s high standards of quality and trustworthiness.
“PRCA Southeast Asia is new to the region, but we already have some great partner agencies that exemplify our values of integrity and professionalism” said Tara Munis, General Manager of PRCA SEA. “EloQ Communications has shown itself to be a worthy representative of what PR can and should look like in Vietnam and throughout Southeast Asia, and we are happy to have them onboard with us.”
Founded in the UK in 1969, the PRCA now represents over 30,000 practitioners in 66 countries around the world, with offices in the UK, Singapore, and Dubai. It also manages ICCO, the umbrella body for 41 PR associations around the world. The PRCA promotes all aspects of public relations and communications work, helping teams and individuals maximise the value they deliver to clients and organisations. The Association exists to raise standards in PR and communications, providing members with industry data, facilitating the sharing of communications best practice, and creating networking opportunities.
As a PRCA SEA member, we are automatically subscribed to the PRCA SEA Code of Conduct and required to observe the highest standards in the practice of Public Relations and Communications. Its commitment to following these means that we must deal fairly and honestly with fellow members and professionals, the Public Relations and Communications profession, other professions, suppliers, intermediaries, the media of communication, colleagues, and above all else the public.
PRCA members are required to be accurate and truthful in all communications with clients, colleagues, and the public. They are not allowed to engage in discriminatory or offensive conduct on the basis of gender, race, religion, or disability. In this way, our PRCA membership acts a sign that the agency is trustworthy.