Staff Reporters
May 21, 2019

Sinclair joins Tribe Global PR network

Agency becomes first Asia-based member.

L-R: Ian Wright, Kiri Sinclair
L-R: Ian Wright, Kiri Sinclair

Asian PR agency Sinclair has joined international independent PR agency network Tribe Global, becoming its first member in the region.

Founded in 2012, Tribe Global has 35 member agencies worldwide, offering members the chance to share expertise and capabilities while maintaining their independence. Sinclair will add its Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing operations to the network, and allow its clients access to expand their remit globally through fellow Tribe members.

“As a member of Tribe Global, working alongside other successful independent agency’s around the world, we are able to offer our clients a wider scope of service and international reach,” said Kiri Sinclair, founder and CEO of Sinclair.

Ian Wright, Tribe Global managing director, said he is delighted to see the network expand into Greater China. “As an Asia-born independent PR agency, Sinclair knows the China market and can offer our network extensive insights and impactful strategy for this important global market.”

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