What We Do
Clickable Vietnam is an integrated marketing communications agency built to help companies based in Vietnam communicate with stakeholders and customers outside of Vietnam.
StrategyMarketing strategy, communications strategy, product development, analytics
ContentFull-service creative, content development (in both English and Vietnamese) and production.
BrandingBrand planning, guidelines, visual identity, logo
PRMedia and stakeholder relations in Southeast Asia and beyond.
DigitalWebsites and apps, UX/UI, SEO, PPC, digital display advertising and social media.
Our Marketing Philosophy
Marketing should be measurableA marketing program should have measurable, easy-to-understand return on investment goals. We help our clients define KPIs and design dashboards so they can make better marketing decisions.
Marketing should lead to salesA great marketing strategy always answers, “What does the customer do next?” There is an obvious path leading from every marketing tactic to revenue.
Attraction is better than interruptionCustomers have a lot of choice in media. Marketing that educates, entertains and entices them is more clickable, memorable and shareable. And it leads to more sales.
Who We Are
We are bilingual. We know both marketing and tourism. We get results.
Managing DirectorA career marketing communications pro with 20 years of experience, Jason is Clickable Vietnam’s managing director and client solutions strategist. Jason previously worked as Microsoft Vietnam’s digital marketing lead. Before that he was vice president, management supervisor at Cramer-Krasselt, one of America’s largest independent agencies.
Creative DirectorSam is a multi-disciplined designer, illustrator & director from Brighton, UK. Over the past few years, he has collaborated with UK agencies and worked with some well known brands and organisations, i.e. Lonely Planet, Mothercare, Nickelodeon, Greenpeace, European Commission, Google, Save the Children & LinkedIn to name a few.
Communications ConsultantAi divides her time between Hanoi and Hue, where she is a communications consultant, freelance writer, and an advocate of creative leadership skills for youth through the Friends of Hue Foundation. She keeps her creative writing and photography skills from getting rusty through her personal blog The Life of Clouds.
Production ManagerBefore joining Clickable, Trang was a freelance filmmaker working on TVC and multimedia projects with NGOs and marketing agencies. Whether working on a video or a website, Trang loves the challenge of bringing an idea or concept to life, considering not only the possibilities of a brief, but also the logistical realities. She excels at striking balance between the two in order to achieve inspired outcomes.
Tourism GuyAndy is a tourism industry veteran with more than 15 years experience in the UK, Mongolia and Vietnam. He built and managed both an ecolodge and a backpacker hostel in Northern Mongolia. He was product and marketing manager for an outbound UK tour operator start-up; and ran his own fly fishing ecotourism business in Mongolia for over ten years.
Business Development Officer
Huong holds an MA in Marketing from Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and a BA in economics from FTU. She previously worked as assistant to the CMO at the Korean company Goldsun Holdings and in a business development role with AASC Auditing. She has a real passion for startups and impressed us with her well-thought-through perspective on what it will take to make our tourism incubator dream a reality
Tuan Anh holds a Masters in Applied Finance from the University of West Sydney. Tuan Anh has excellent sales experience, and has worked as a correspondent and editor for VTV.
Content ConsultantJosh is a writer-editor specialising in travel and hospitality content. He has put his writing skills to work for clients including Paradise Cruises, the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, Buffalo Tours and EAsia. Josh is co-founder of Hanoi Hideaway, a cafe review site for digital nomads, and editor-in-chief of the DuLichable blog.
Hung began his career as a PR executive with Honda Vietnam, Hung later followed his creative muse, joining an independent studio to lead various projects including video production for Quest Music Festival 2015. Immediately before joining Clickable, Hung worked with a two-time Oscar winner as a production assistant on a feature film by Legendary Pictures.
With more than 7 years experience in the digital world, Ha has been working as an independent film maker, graphic designer, and now is our Art Director. She works on the campaign from the outset and manages the detail about the client, product, target audience and required advertising message. Her inspiring Instagram reflects a passion for exploring culture, capturing the vibrant and a playfulness with nature
Operations ManagerAn 11 year veteran of Bobby Chinn Co. Ltd., Cham served as the celebrity chef’s righthand woman in Hanoi. Her responsibilities included accounting and finance as well as HR and administration. Cham has an accounting degree from Hanoi University of Commerce. She previously worked as an accountant with Apollo Education and a tax accountant with Price Waterhouse Vietnam.
Careers at Clickable
What could be more fun or challenging
than helping the country’s best companies
reach out to the world?
Join us today.
Where We Work
The Clickable Vietnam team is headquartered at ClickSpace Coworking Center. And a dynamic place to work it is. We enjoy a quiet villa location, a breezy garden and an on-site cafe all just steps from Ho Tay lake. Surrounding us we have freelance designers and programmers, social entrepreneurs and startups; Vietnamese and internationals. Want to know Clickable Vietnam’s secret weapon? It’s the ClickSpace community.
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