We liaise with media partners for comprehensive content collaboration
encompassing press conferences, event coverage, interviews,
advertorials and special supplements.
We liaise with media partners for comprehensive content collaboration encompassing press conferences, event coverage, interviews, advertorials and special supplements.
Data in retail sales shows how sales have returned to growth, posting an average of 15.8 per cent. Consumer spending is expected to post healthy growth and Malaysian households will see significant growth in disposable income up until 2026.
At 6 million, East Malaysia is home to close to 20 per cent of the country’s population. A sizeable market that is diverse yet vastly unique. DMDC provides an integrated ecosystem that will help your brand connect effectively with the hearts and minds of East Malaysia and Borneo.
Unique and vastly diverse, the East Malaysian media landscape can appear a confusing mix to the uninitiated as little is what meets the eye. Well equipped with close connections and local insights, DMDC has combed through and analysed data so you don’t have to.
Integrated Digital Media Ecosystem
It goes without saying that brand presence can only be achieved when a brand’s efforts successfully reach and engage the intended audience. With extensive experience and expertise in Sabah, Sarawak, Labuan and Brunei, DMDC knows how and where to connect you to your audience.
Branded Content And Network
Tapping into unknown territory comes with certain risks. DMDC’s network of East Malaysian content creators and publication partners who are all too familiar with local cultures and idiosyncrasies will smoothen your transition as you chart new business growth.
KOLS And Influencers Marketing
Consumers have evolved greatly and as they navigate a post pandemic world, experience and opinion are known to be crowd-sourced and given a great deal of consideration.
Outdoor Media 360º
It’s no secret that urbanites spend a significant amount of time commuting from place to place. Whether they’re in their cars, on public transportation or on foot, East Malaysians’ outdoor media consumption is known to be a whopping 70 per cent in Sabah and 62 per cent in Sarawak.