- Andrews Partnership -
Andrews Partnership is the leading specialist executive search firm in the region for corporate affairs, communications and investor relations. We excel in connecting senior professionals throughout all industries and add additional value with our regular thought leadership roundtable sessions and research studies. With a deep rooted background in communications we are able to understand your requirements, to quite simply make sure your business has the best people at its heart.
Our Partners include the most respected and established executive recruiters in the profession, with specialist expertise across the following disciplines:
Media Relations, PR
and Social Media
& Corporate Affairs
Public & Government Affairs
and Stakeholder Relations
Internal and Change
- Our Clients -
INSIGHTS - EXPERTISE
Our goal is to help you attract and develop best-in-class talent for your organisation.
In recent years, the combined experience of our Partners has resulted in the successful appointment of over 300 senior Corporate Communications and Public Affairs professionals across Asia-Pacific, Europe and North America.
And you know you’re getting the best because our growth model speaks for itself: 90% of our business comes through recommendations and referrals from satisfied clients.
This is what clients/candidates say about us:
Our clients operate globally and so do we. Alongside our market leading partners in North America and Asia-Pacific, we provide our multinational clients with the best corporate affairs and investor relations leadership talent worldwide regardless of territory.
Andrews Partnership is our Asia-Pacific affiliate and a specialist corporate affairs, communications and investor relations executive recruiter, partnering with clients across Asia-Pacific to hire exceptional communications talent and deliver significant business impact. Headquartered in Hong Kong, Andrews Partnership supports clients looking to secure and build communications capability across Asia providing deep local market knowledge of the region.
We are the proud European partner in our global network and have successfully appointed corporate affairs and investor relations executives with over 300 companies across Europe. As part of our international team, we are able to provide our European clients ever greater access to international talent and our Europe based candidates further global opportunities in North America and Asia.
With headquarters in Washington, DC, and affiliates on the West Coast, PLBsearch is our North America partner with an equally specialist focus on senior-level corporate affairs and investor relations executive recruitment across the US. Established in 2012, PLBsearch provides high-touch, high-calibre executive recruitment and advisory services to clients across all sectors and geographies in the US.
- Who We Are -
A PARTNERSHIP BUILT ON TRUST
We focus on creating trusted relationships with both clients and candidates, built on a foundation of real-life industry experience:
- Shaping our Industry -
CONTRIBUTING TO THE INDUSTRY VIA RESEARCH
In today's business climate, success means being able to balance a broad global perspective with a deep local knowledge. Nowhere is that more true than in Asia, where many of us have to work across a dozen fast-changing markets at once.
Our Partners have deep roots in their individual communities, regularly leading round-table discussions to develop the profession at the local level. But we also conduct extensive, industry-leading research across the whole of Asia, helping communications functions stay abreast of the latest trends and benchmarks in the region.
In an incredibly turbulent year, Corporate Affairs leaders are playing a key role in building purpose and trust in their organisations. In conversation with Sally Susman, EVP & Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at Pfizer and Emma Corcoran, VP Global Corporate Affairs at IHG Hotels and Resorts, we explore what the Corporate Affairs function has been doing to drive the business agenda.
IR 2.0: next steps in the evolution to better investor engagement. In a world where the spotlight is shining ever brighter on the performance of companies’ leadership, and the outcome of their strategies, the c-suite has come to lean even more heavily on its Investor Relations function to engage with markets and sell corporate performance and strategic direction.
At a time when American and European businesses are beating the curve by placing senior government affairs professionals in China, Australian multinationals are too often still trying to practise government engagement from afar. For some this has worked, but on the whole it hasn’t worked, and Australian companies have the opportunity to recognise what enormous opportunities are on offer to them if they refocus their approach to in-market talent.
Our recent Sustainability in APAC event allowed for leading practitioners in the space to share best practice and insights.
One of the most compelling changes to ESG approaches that participants shared was the level of responsibility they’re placing on frontline staff to incorporate ESG in conversations with clients.
Appointment of Gartner’s Regional Director of Advisory, Simon Hayes, to head up the operations & strengthen its senior leadership team.
The impact of COVID-19 has forced the hand of corporates who weren’t already onboard to recognise and promote new corporate wellness programs.
Andrews Partnership surveyed over 50 organisations across APAC to document the initiatives companies are putting in place.
In November 2020, Andrews Partnership hosted a panel discussion with a group of more than 50 senior IR leaders from around the Asia Pacific region.
Together they shared shared their learnings from this volatile year, and offered some insights into the strategy and tactics they would be deploying in the coming 12 months
Our recent Sustainability in Asia event offered a unique perspective and progressive ideas for the future of ESG after COVID-19.
Our speakers expressed confidence that ESG will remain at the forefront of business strategy and planning, even throughout the uncertainties of this global crisis.
At Andrews Partnership, our mission is to enhance the strength and stature of the whole communications industry. This means not only matching the perfect communications executive to the right top-tier organisation. It often means harvesting unorthodox outside talents; people with the sort of complementary skills that can enrich the whole profession as it grows and develops.
Amid the struggles of the coronavirus pandemic, and the impact it has had on hiring, Andrews Partnership has nevertheless seen increasing executive search demand in the communications profession over recent months.
Covering lessons learned and their most powerful uses of communications through the crisis.
How does your organisations communications efforts benchmark against them?
In the third of our virtual roundtables on communications strategy through the coronavirus outbreak, Andrews Partnership last week convened communications practitioners from 30 different organisations to talk about their current crisis comms strategies.
In the second of our action-response roundtables on the coronavirus outbreak, Andrews Partnership last week convened communications professionals from 24 different Asia Pacific organisations, to understand how the region’s practitioners are responding to the crisis.
On 31 January 2020, the World Health Organisation classified the coronavirus outbreak as a "global health emergency". That morning, Andrews Partnership assembled a group of communications professionals from 19 different organisations in Asia Pacific to understand how practitioners in the region have been responding to this fast-developing crisis.
Look at our latest research study which looks into what does the future look like for IROs in Asia? Key trends facing the Industry today, and possible career developments including moves into CEO/CFO positions. This study includes quantitative research plus case studies from Anta Sports Products, BOC Aviation, Fosun, Olam, Dah Chong Hong Holdings, First Pacific
Andrews Partnership to build on the success of its existing European affiliation with a new strategic alliance with US based PLBsearch to form a new global network. Alongside existing European affiliate, Broome Yasar, the three independent search firms will form a unified global network of executive recruiters dedicated exclusively to international corporate affairs and investor relations executive search.
Asia Pacific still lags Europe and the US when it comes to seeing sustainability as a core business agenda, with the exception of Australia and Japan. But as the climate crisis and the fight against poverty across Asia intensify, sustainability topics are becoming more pertinent to business leaders in the region.
Andrews Partnership sat down with Dr. Laura McHale to discuss life beyond corporate communications. Laura spent more than 15 years in internal communications roles before retraining as a psychologist and setting up an advisory firm to help organisations understand their employees better and how that can impact the business.
An article with Leanne Cunnold, SVP Global Internal Communications on how to get the right metrics within Internal Comms to enable precision decision making.
If there is one phrase that encapsulates the Asian PR industry in 2017, it is the old adage that ‘content is king’. Never before has the industry put so much emphasis on writing skills.
Asia-Pacific Association of Communication Directors features Andrews Partnerships leadership article; From going mobile to content continuity – these are the top five priorities for internal communications in Asia.
Insights and advice from former corporate communications directors who have successfully transitioned to CEO or equivalent senior management roles
THE LATEST INDUSTRY EVENTS
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