Can you see the missing bits?
The Asia-Pacific Circle gives visibility to experts willing to publish insights and opinions on regional developments.
Connecting the dots is not an easy task, it takes time and expertise. For this reason, the Circle offers more visibility to experts and thought leaders in their fields.
Are you an investor? A C-level executive? An entrepreneur? An analyst? An academic? Can you see the missing bits and connect the dots? If you are an expert in your field and have an opinion or an analysis of regional trends to contribute, we look forward to hearing about it. So, can you see the missing bits?
Letting the world know about your expertise.
Have you written an opinion? The Asia-Pacific Circle publishes original content and curates relevant opinions already available online, from specialized sites to Linkedin posts – as submitted by the authors, and with the approval of the initial publisher.
If you can see the missing bits in regional trends, we would love to hear from you.
Please get in touch!
Helping you promote your own thought leadership.
Writing is not easy. It is a full-time job.
Do you have ideas but no time available to put them on paper? Thought leadership is important for your career and business but the exercise takes time. Hence, we are at best to help you turn what you see into actionable thought leadership pieces that you will then be able to leverage on your social media and with your clients.
Whether you need help to write and publish a thoughtful opinion, a white paper or an interview showcasing your unique views, we are here to help. Please get in touch!
Expert contributor profiles.
The Asia-Pacific Circle also provides expert contributor profiles, which is a great opportunity to showcase your expertise with a bio and a list of relevant publications, on a permanent basis.
Promote yourself as a thought leader in your field, get in touch!
We look for expert Asia-Pacific insights:
- Short opinions and analyses – 800 to 1500 words – providing our readers with unique expert perspectives and plain English explanations of current trends.
- Longer pieces – up to 2500 words – providing our readers with comprehensive and informative research and analysis explaining regional trends in more detail.
- Publication topics: Regional policy developments including APEC, ASEAN, or China; Financial developments (from monetary issues to financial regulation, and financial technology insights); Insurance trends, legal trends, retail, real-estate, arts developments, etc.
Please get in touch!