We currently provide professional services to 10 trade associations.
The Association of Accredited Advertising Agents Malaysia (4As), formed in 1971, is the Malaysian advertising industry’s peak body engaged in promoting the value of advertising agencies in the Marketing Communications industry to advertisers, media, suppliers, government, and the public.
Founded in 1975, The Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) Malaysia, is a non-profit industry sponsored organisation to verify and report facts of the circulation of newspapers and magazines, as well as other auditable media.
The Advertising Standards Malaysia (ASA) was established in 1977 to provide independent scrutiny of newly created self-regulatory system set up by the industry.
The Communications and Multimedia Content Forum of Malaysia (CMCF) was established in February 2001 under a clause in the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 (CMA ‘98) to govern content and address content related issues by self-regulation in line with the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Content Code.
The Malaysian Advertisers Association (MAA) founded in 1964, is the single body representing the interest of advertisers in all areas of commercial communications.
Founded in 2009, The Malaysian Digital Association (MDA) is a representative body which comprises of online publishers, advertising agencies, creative agencies and digital service providers, instrumental in shaping the Malaysian digital industry.
Established since 1971, MNPA represents most of the mainstream newspaper publishers throughout Malaysia and serves to promote, protect and represent the interest and welfare of the industry and its members generally.
Established on 19 December 2003, the Malaysian Media Specialists Association (MSA) aims to help and support those agencies that specialize in providing media research, strategic planning, media negotiation and placement services.
Established in 1991, comprising of film production companies that are licensed by FINAS to play a leadership role to ensure growth in the industry in an orderly manner by taking steps in setting production standards and demonstrating the value of upgrading skills of the crew & members and work with both stakeholders and the authorities for the future of the industry.