Emily Tan Amit Jain
Jul 22, 2014

How DiGi converted a viral video into a PR win

With a quick reaction, Malaysian teleco DiGi turned a road-rage incident into an exemplary public-relations win befitting its Ramadan-related campaign.

How DiGi converted a viral video into a PR win

When a video of a woman's rage after an apparently minor fender-bender went viral, an agency serving Malaysian telco DiGi saw an opportunity to commend the remarkably calm man taking her abuse—and tie its reaction to an ongoing campaign revolving around Ramadan.

To see the video, DiGi's decision and reactions, read the full story on PRWeek Asia.

 

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