Manila, Philippines – Fast-rising communications agency ComCo Southeast Asia recently marked its first anniversary, celebrating the occasion with the launch of an exciting mentorship program designed to discover and develop new trailblazers in the field of communications.
The ComCo Mentorship Program or Camp ComCo aims to transform communication, marketing, and multimedia students and fresh graduates into extraordinary professionals in the field of marketing communications. The three-month comprehensive industry linkage course and apprenticeship program seeks to awaken creative rebels and arm them with the skills they need to rise above the clutter and create groundbreaking and life-changing communication programs.
Products include New PR which is a strategy based, content driven and channel agnostic way of doing PR and Smart Social which is a holistic and integrated approach in the maximization of digital and social channels, to effectively reach and engage audience and help influence change.
They also offer other unique services like Ignite, a communications service tailor fitted to help Social, and Small to Medium Enterprises grow and establish stronger roots; Spice, the service option for brands looking for expanded reach by penetrating the Southeast Asian markets; and Roadshow PH, the service that allows brands to have wider local reach extending from the usual borders of Metro Manila to the key cities of the country.
A dream team commandeered by its Regional Integration and Executive Director Ferdinand Bondoy, this pioneering band of communications professionals has a combined experience of 42 years, has successfully managed 120 varied brands, and has won a staggering number of 35 awards.
In its first year of operation, ComCo’s clients include MARS Chocolates (M&M’s & Snickers), Electrolux, WWF, AirAsia, Goodyear, Lamoiyan Corporation’s Licealiz, TCL, Platinum Karaoke, Pioneer Insurance, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), BPI-Philam Life Assurance, Bridal Gallery and Oakley. It has also worked on several award-winning projects such as the Snickers Don’t Drive Hungry Campaign, which bagged the Silver Award in Creative Use of Media at the recently held Kidlat Awards, and TCL’s Inspiring Bonding Moments Campaign in the Philippines, which was accorded Highly Commended in the Mumbrella Asia Awards.
“We are honored in what ComCo Southeast Asia has accomplished in its first year. We never imagined that we will grow this fast, service some of the biggest brands in the region and work alongside the major players in the industry. We are honored with the growing trust and confidence of our clients, partners and other key stakeholders. We take this as a challenge and inspiration to continue in igniting brand love and social change together with our partner brands and organizations. And I think we can achieve this as ComCo has already established a culture of excellence in a nurturing environment,” said Ferds Bondoy.
ComCo Southeast Asia looks forward to helping more businesses and brands ignite brand love among its stakeholders and customers as it moves to its new office on the 32nd floor of BPI-Philamlife Building in Ayala Avenue, Makati City.