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Founded in 2020, DDUK is the subsidiary of Hong Kong headquartered Dynamic Duo PR (DDPR) providing an unique tri-cultural gateway to bridge the UK clients with Chinese customers in Hong Kong and China.
Following the introduction of BN(O) visa to Hong Kong families, DDUK has soon become the rising star among the private schools in the UK. DDUK has been partnering with Rossall School, Langley School, Mill Hill International School in England to Dollar Academy in Scotland helping the schools to reach out to the growing importance of Hong Kong market. Through the influence of DDUK's Director, Sabrina Wong, who is the columnist of different parenting media platforms in Hong Kong, DDUK has successfully helped education clients to enhance brand awareness among prospective students and parents.
While Hong Kong has the largest concentration of shopping arcades in the world, Dynamic Duo has a proven track record in retail property sector. We are the PR partner for two third of the property developers listed on Hong Kong Stock Exchange to promote their retail properties. They include Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited, The Wharf (Holdings) Limited, Swire Properties Limited, Chinese Estates Holdings Limited, Hutchison Whampoa Property Limited, Champion REIT among others. Backed by our head office's retails marketing experience, DDUK supports UK's retail recovery after Covid lockdown rules come to an end by embarking on cost-efficient influencer marketing campaigns to boost footfall and entice spending. We are specialized in MI (Micro Influencers) lobbying on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, to KOCs (Key opinion customers) seeding on China social media platforms such as Little Red Book and Dazhong Dianping (a guide to ‘Chinese Yelp’). DDUK have been working closely with TopCashback to spread word-of-mouth through influencer marketing campaigns.
DDUK also provides consultancy to UK client on the evolving digital marketing landscape in China. We harness the WeChat platform “英國麻瓜在 UK” (literally translated as UK Muggle) and closely connected to the Chinese Students & Scholars Association, the largest Chinese students community in the UK.