A one-year contract to promote Hong Kong has been awarded to Consulum, a PR firm said to be staffed largely by employees of a firm that collapsed in the wake of a controversy. Photo: Nora Tam A one-year contract to promote Hong Kong has been awarded to Consulum, a PR firm said to be staffed largely by employees of a firm that collapsed in the wake of a controversy. Photo: Nora Tam
A one-year contract to promote Hong Kong has been awarded to Consulum, a PR firm said to be staffed largely by employees of a firm that collapsed in the wake of a controversy. Photo: Nora Tam

‘Relaunch Hong Kong’ PR contract worth US$6.2 million goes to firm linked to controversy, raising eyebrows in industry

  • Employees of winning bidder Consulum said to be from firm which collapsed in 2017
  • With trouble looming over national security law, experts question timing of PR exercise

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A one-year contract to promote Hong Kong has been awarded to Consulum, a PR firm said to be staffed largely by employees of a firm that collapsed in the wake of a controversy. Photo: Nora Tam A one-year contract to promote Hong Kong has been awarded to Consulum, a PR firm said to be staffed largely by employees of a firm that collapsed in the wake of a controversy. Photo: Nora Tam
A one-year contract to promote Hong Kong has been awarded to Consulum, a PR firm said to be staffed largely by employees of a firm that collapsed in the wake of a controversy. Photo: Nora Tam
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