Since 2009 Indonesia's hospitality communications agency of choice
Indonesia based. Internationally connected.
Indonesia's Hospitality Communications Agency
Indonesian-based Accommindo is a lifestyle public relations and communications agency with a specialty in content creation and brand strategy to support the quickly evolving travel and leisure and medical tourism industries within the country.
With offices in Jakarta and Bali and Singapore, we develop creative approaches that build reputations, tell stories, and grow the businesses of Indonesian brands beyond the borders of what is considered one of the world’s most burgeoning travel destinations, an archipelago where “tropical chic” had its beginnings.
While we are an Indonesia-based company we operate collaboratively with international partners and alliances, integrating multiple communications channels for measurable and highly effective results.
Accommindo works from a junction where intersects creative thinking and well thought out strategies that are also of value to clients outside of Indonesia wishing to tap into the world’s fourth largest middle class.
Our International Affiliation
Accommindo is the Indonesian Representative agency for GHC Asia, a leading regional PR agency with highly experienced teams in Hong Kong, China and Singapore – and an international network of like minded partners. The agency was founded in 1998 in Hong Kong and has been operating in Asia for over 20 years with a strong footprint across Greater China sharing its creative ethos with group partner, Hakuhodo in Japan.
The TLN presents a potent alliance of some of the most respected agencies in the tourism and lifestyle space delivering persuasive brand messaging to well fitting markets around the globe.
Tap into S.E. Asia's largest Outbound Travel Market
International outbound travel, excluding Singapore, by Indonesian residents, is forecasted to grow by an average of 8.6 percent per year to reach 10.6 million trips annually by 2021.
Mastercard Future of Outbound Travel in Asia Pacific Report