David Blecken
Nov 23, 2010

SPRG, Edelman shine at Asia-Pacific PR Awards

HONG KONG – In an evening that contained a number of surprises, Hong Kong-based consultancy Strategic Public Relations Group (SPRG) emerged as the Asia-Pacific Network of the Year for the first time.

The SPRG team

The agency was recognised for its successful international expansion, impressive growth during the economic downtown, and high level of staff and client retention. SPRG’s success in recent years has been spurred by its diversification from an investor relations specialist to a full service PR firm.

“2010 has proven to be a highly fruitful year for SPRG. Not only does it mark our 15th anniversary, but the year has also been laden with industry awards by the...

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