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5 tips for companies doing PR in Japan and PR professionals working with Japanese clients

5 tips for companies doing PR in Japan and PR professionals working with Japanese clients

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    • 5 THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT PR IN JAPAN
    • A SHORT PRESENTATION FOR: - Foreign companies doing PR in Japan; and - PR pros working with Japanese clients © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • © Total Communications System Inc. 2014 EXCLUSIVES DON’T PLAY
    • WITH TWO EXCEPTIONS, EXCLUSIVES DON’T WORK IN JAPAN © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • JAPAN’S PRESS CLUBS DEMAND EQUAL ACCESS TO NEWS, SO … © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • PLAYING FAVORITES CAN BACKFIRE, GENERATING BAD COVERAGE … OR NONE AT ALL © Total Communications System Inc. 2014 EXTRA HAS ACME LOST PLOT IN JAPAN?
    • TWO EXCEPTIONS ARE BUSINESS MEDIA BEHEMOTH NIKKEI … © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • AND THE DOMINANT TRADE MEDIA IN YOUR INDUSTRY © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • ALWAYS USE EXCLUSIVES SPARINGLY, STRATEGICALLY © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • © Total Communications System Inc. 2014 DON’T SWEAT THE SILENCE
    • FOREIGN SPOKESPEOPLE USUALLY WRAP UP PRESENTATIONS WITH A Q&A SESSION © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • BUT SOMETIMES THEY FIND NO TAKERS, THE ROOM EERILY QUIET © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • THIS HAPPENS BECAUSE … © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • MANY REPORTERS ARE STILL DIGESTING PRESENTATION CONTENT © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • OTHERS WANT TO AVOID FLAGGING THEIR ANGLE TO RIVALS © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • STILL OTHERS FEAR ASKING A STUPID QUESTION IN FRONT OF THEIR PEERS © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • AVOID THIS PROBLEM BY … © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • GIVING ATTENDEES A DETAILED EXPLANATION OF THE TOPIC BEFOREHAND © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • BRIEFING GROUPS OF REPORTERS ON DIFFICULT CONCEPTS BEFORE OR AFTER THE PRESENTATION © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • USING 1-ON-1 INTERVIEWS TO ALLOW REPORTERS TO ASK QUESTIONS IN PRIVATE © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • © Total Communications System Inc. 2014 COLD CALLS ARE UNCOOL
    • JAPAN IS A SOCIETY BUILT ON TIGHTLY KNIT GROUPS © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • EARNING INTRODUCTIONS IS NEITHER QUICK NOR EASY © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • RESTRICTIONS ON SHARING PERSONAL INFORMATION MAKE IT EVEN MORE CHALLENGING © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • CALLING A REPORTER OR SOMEONE ELSE YOU DON’T KNOW IS THE WRONG WAY TO ENGAGE THEM © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • RELY ON RELATIONSHIPS IN YOUR CIRCLES TO MAKE INTRODUCTIONS FOR YOU © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • SOMEONE ACTING ON YOUR BEHALF MAKES A GOOD FIRST IMPRESSION © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • © Total Communications System Inc. 2014 DON’T IGNORE TABLOIDS
    • TOP TIER MEDIA CENSORS ITSELF TO AVOID ANGERING THE POWERFUL © Total Communications System Inc. 2014 …
    • SO COVERING BREAKING OR SENSITIVE ISSUES CAN BE A CHALLENGE FOR REPORTERS © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • IT’S NOT USUSUAL FOR REPORTERS TO PUBLISH THE NEWS IN TABLOIDS USING A PSEUDONYM © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • IF THE STORY GENERATES ENOUGH MOMENTUM, IT WILL BE PICKED UP BY MAINSTREAM MEDIA © Total Communications System Inc. 2014 THIS JUST IN …
    • SMOKE IN A TABLOID CAN EASILY BECOME A FIRE IN THE MSM. YOU CAN DISMISS TABLOID MEDIA, JUST DON’T IGNORE IT. © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • © Total Communications System Inc. 2014 PROCESS IS THE WAY
    • NE-MAWASHI (DIGGING AROUND THE ROOTS) IS THE PROCESS FOR REACHING CONSENSUS IN JAPAN © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • ANYONE IMPACTED BY A PLAN MUST SIGN OFF ON IT BEFORE IT CAN BE IMPLEMENTED © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • WHEN DISCUSSING A PR ACTIVITY WITH A CLIENT, BE AWARE THAT … © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • YOUR CLIENT MAY NOT HAVE DECISION-MAKING POWER © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • YOUR CLIENT’S BUDGET MAY COME FROM ANOTHER DEPARTMENT © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • AND THAT NE-MAWASHI MAY TAKE DAYS OR WEEKS TO COMPLETE © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • HELP YOUR CLIENT BY ARMING THEM WITH EVERYTHING THEY WILL NEED TO PREVAIL © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • PUT YOURSELF IN THEIR SHOES WHEN DRAFTING PROPOSALS: ANTICIPATE QUESTIONS, PROVIDE ANSWERS © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • AND USE MEASUREABLE OUTCOMES THAT DEMONSTRATE PROJECT VALUE © Total Communications System Inc. 2014
    • © Total Communications System Inc. 2014 THANK YOU AND GOOD NIGHT.
    • Icons on slides 1-5, 7-11 and 13-45 were made by Freepik and the icon on slide 12 by SimpleIcon, both from Flaticon.com and used under a Creative Commons 3.0 license. PRESENTATION BY: TOTAL COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM INC. TOKYO, JAPAN @TOCS_PR http://www.pr-tocs.co.jp/?en