Kiroyan Partners is a public affairs consulting firm that aspires to build strong reputations and solve challenges between businesses and their stakeholders by applying ethical, responsible communications practices.
Corporate Communications Corporate Communications
At Kiroyan Partners, we believe that every organization has a unique relationship with its stakeholders and we provide our corporate communications services with that mindset. We take the time to understand our clients’ stakeholders, their relationships, interests, concerns, perceptions and communication needs as a basis of our strategies and recommendations. Our stakeholder approach to communications has proved time and again that, with the right commitment, it nurtures open and fair relationships with stakeholders. The result is a good reputation that helps our clients achieve their overall objectives.
Issues Management Issues Management
Our issues management services are designed to help companies maintain a solid reputation in the marketplace, respond quickly and effectively to public issues and crises, and gain public attention and support. Our expert public affairs team work closely with clients to help them understand the intricacies of different business landscapes and address issues of public interest.
Political Risk Analysis Political Risk Analysis
Every challenge requires a different approach. To help clients leverage the dynamic changes occurring in Indonesia today, our team of consultants offers a diverse range of experience and knowledge across many industries. Kiroyan Partners prepares its clients to deal with and navigate within the dynamics of society created by the interaction of social, political, economic, or cultural factors that affect business operations and strategy.
Social Responsibility Social Responsibility
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and sustainability have become a central issue for businesses in the 21st century with rising expectations from stakeholders and society. For us, good CSR must be founded on open-minded and balanced communications with stakeholders. Social responsibility is a wide-ranging set of business-society issues that goes beyond just charity and community development. It is ultimately about how businesses can mitigate impacts, come up with innovative solutions and significantly contribute to a more sustainable future by working in concert with stakeholders to earn and maintain the social license to operate.
Conventional and Digital Media Conventional and Digital Media
Successful businesses have one thing in common: a good reputation backed with agility in media handling. That’s why our conventional and digital media services aim to support clients cultivate positive relationships with journalists and influencers in the digital age. In a context of a landscape shift from the old to the new, our innovative approaches help clients clearly communicate their values using a mix of conventional and digital channels to foster favourable positions in the public’s eye.
Executive Training Executive Training
Kiroyan Partners offers a number of training programs to help companies strengthen their management’s and employees’ skills, allowing teams to understand business-society issues and overcome any obstacles that stand between them and their goals. Our training approach teaches our clients how to solve problems strategically and ethically, and information is delivered by team members with strong backgrounds in diverse dimensions of public affairs.
Our consulting team consists of local talents with global and intercultural experience, blending a multitude of professional and personal backgrounds in every work we do.
Our clients consist of companies operating in various branches of industry, ranging from national and international companies.
- Close Neighbours and Friends: Personal Observations on Bilateral Indonesia-Australia Business RelationsHaving been involved for two decades in bilateral business relations between Indonesia and Australia I am gratified that the two G‐20 economies have concluded the negotiations toward IA‐ CEPA. PM Scott Morrison announced to the 300 participants at the Indonesia‐Australia Business Forum on Saturday, 1 September that the negotiations had been successfully concluded, as a result of which 99% of Australian exports to Indonesia would not be subject to duties whereas exports from Indonesia to Australia would be 100% exempt from duty. Bilateral trade between the two countries has been “underdone” and is expected to increase after IA‐CEPA, and so is investment.