Going global? 7 PR hotspots for 2017

From Cuba to Colombia via Qatar, PRWeek UK goes around the world in seven articles to highlight those countries set for a comms boom in 2017.

Is Germany's PR industry set for a post-Brexit boom? (┬ęThinkstockphotos)
Is Germany's PR industry set for a post-Brexit boom? (┬ęThinkstockphotos)

Germany's PR industry is changing fast to support the reach of German companies in emerging markets - and to stake the country's claim as a bridge into post-Brexit Europe for international brands.

Click here for Postcard from Germany: stepping onto the global stage


Cuba's "new, innovative and creative" industry emerging from the underworld means there's a PR market worth exploring.

Click here for Postcard from Cuba: evolution within the revolution


Angola has been transformed since the civil conflict ended in 2002, but still has issues with maintaining trust, says Mitchell Prather, MD of Djembe Communications.

Click here for Postcard from Angola: An emerging African powerhouse on the path to rapid reform


• In Qatar infrastructure is struggling to keep pace with meteoric economic development but opportunities exist for those with patience and local understanding.

Click here for Postcard from Qatar: A young, growing powerhouse where patience is a virtue


Colombia is overcoming its PR problems to embrace the opportunities offered by a likely peace deal, says David Ross, vice-president - Andean region at Speyside Corporate Relations.

Click here for Postcard from Colombia: A land on the edge of reform


• As a gateway nation, Kenya's economy is thriving and this is reflected in its vibrant PR market, says Christopher Genasi, MD of Grayling Kenya.

Click here for Postcard from Kenya: a thriving place for PR business


• The 'start-up nation' has plenty of opportunities for the PR industry, says Maayan Nave, owner of Now-You Heart & Business Communication and head of global comms and PR for SodaStream International.

Click here for Postcard from Israel: A growing economy with a vulnerable government

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