PRWire Asia and Autism Café Project Celebrate The Success Of The First CSR Event Collaboration

Fri Dec 22, 2017 - 5:15am GMT+0000

PRWire Asia helped the Autism Café Project to raise awareness of their mission at an exclusive event in the Bijoex Restaurant Kuala Lumpur, and made a real impact through their CSR outreach.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – December 22, 2017

On 13th December 2017, the Autism Café Project took over the Bijoex Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur for an evening. Their staff served invited guests attending expert talks on digital communication, delivered by PRWire Asia’s in-house PR consultants, and attracted the attention of potential business partners who could support the ACP mission long term.

The event was organized as part of the CSR collaboration between PRWire Asia and the Autism Cafe Project (ACP). All food was prepared and served by autistic individuals who work with the Autism Café Project. The event had a fantastic response, with all scheduled attendees showing up to represent a wide range of industries, from business leaders from the construction industry to a local chatbot startup. All proceeds from the tickets for the events will help to fund ACP’s mission.

Jeff Teh, a Client Success Coach at PRWire Asia, delivered a talk on Content Marketing Strategies for Business Owners, which discussed the rapid evolution of content marketing, the outmoded methodologies commonly in use, and the cutting-edge approaches that can transform success. The night also included a panel discussion session, where attendees raised their current business challenges for a sprint innovation session with the attending experts.

During the event, Mr. Adli from the ACP and Ms. Nicol Yong from Project Heart were given a platform to discuss the vision behind their respective projects, to raise public awareness and gain support from the public for the Autistic community.

(From left) Adli, Jeff, and Nicol are activists in supporting autistic community.

This first collaboration between PRWire Asia and ACP was a huge success, garnering significant exposure for the ACP and increasing their reach with leaders in the local community.

One attendee said, “What I like the most about the event is the engagement. During the roundtable session, we were encouraged to bring out our real business challenges, and the group discussed it to come up with a solution. This session definitely helped to inspire a lot of new ideas in solving my current challenges. I am looking forward to the next talk.”

Ms. Nicol Yong said, “We are glad to have the commitment from PRWire Asia in pushing for awareness on behalf of the autistic community. We are already in talks with them for the next event in the series.”

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