The final quarter of the year is upon us, and with it, we’re taking the opportunity to reflect on the prosperous year it has been for the APAC region. There has been a lot happening, from the APAC Summit which was held in Singapore, to the joint hosting of the FIFA Women’s World Cup by Australia and New Zealand, to Indonesia taking over the ASEAN chairmanship from Cambodia, to Dubai hosting the COP28 United Nations Climate Conference.
We’re also delighted to be showcasing more of our award-winning enterprises who are flourishing in industries such as recruitment, risk management, PR and media, gas, recruitment, migration, and dentistry.
We celebrate the specialist products and services they provide to their clients and the unfalteringly optimal way in which they deliver them. These businesses are truly the best of the best and we delight in sharing their stories with you.
From technological advancements to global travel service providers, consultancy firms to spectacular spirit distilleries, this issue has a varied selection of businesses all impacting their industries for the better. We can learn about efficient water and wastewater management, IoT, and AI platforms, and experience top quality litigation and digital marketing services, and much more!
APAC Insider Magazine brings you another issue reflecting the last quarter. There have been huge shifts in many industries, as the world reacts to a myriad of situations. We can’t predict all outcomes but we can certainly take control of our own businesses to impact our clients’ lives for the better. Finding security and order in a world of uncertainty, these companies and individuals alter our perception of life – not just business.
Here we set our sights on a collection of companies that are making waves in their industries. By building momentum over the years, even throughout the global pandemic, they are altering our perception of business. It is of utmost importance that all of us take time to reflect upon our successes and APAC Insider Magazine is here to do just that.
As we explore and consider the second quarter of 2022 through this issue, we are invited to fix our eyes upon some incredible businesses from the Asian Pacific region. Weaving a cloth of pure innovation in an ever evolving reality is no small feat but, here, we would like to showcase some show stopping business plans for a more sustainable, creative, and reliable future.
As we enter the first quarter of 2022, we are able to gaze towards a busy and progressive year for the APAC region. With amazing achievements across all industries and sectors, the Asia Pacific region is truly excelling at everything that it does.
As we enter the final quarter of 2021, we are able to reflect on a busy year for the APAC region. From the positive and inspiring moments such as the victories celebrated at the Tokyo Olympic Games, to the bleaker events and the ever-present shadow of an ongoing global pandemic, there is no doubt that 2021 has been a year unlike any other.
With the majority of 2021 already been and gone, it seems apt to look back at a year that has seen highs and lows and consider what we can carry forth as we look to the remainder of 2021 and beyond. From pandemic lockdowns to vaccine rollouts to the successful completion of the Tokyo Olympic Games, its been a tumultuous yet exciting period for the APAC region.
We started the year with our Q1 edition saying that we wanted 2021 to be the year of change and innovation following 2020 acting very much as the catalyst for that change. Three months on, and we are certainly seeing the benefits of change and innovation across the Asia Pacific region.
We’ll say it here first: let this year be the year of change and innovation. While 2020 was a catalyst for change – the sort of change that is unexpected, swift and drastic – we now have the benefit of hindsight. To see the last twelve months for the chaos they were, and to better prepare for anything of the sort happening in the future. I’ve said it before, but change is necessary in business. Change is needed to grow, to adapt and to – eventually, thrive. We just prefer it to be on our own terms.