Staff Reporters
Nov 5, 2008

Communicator of the Year winner announced

HONG KONG - Lenovo has won the prestigious Communicator of the Year award, which will be presented at the Asia-Pacific PR Awards ceremony on 20 November.

The PC giant was selected by Media’s editorial team, after demonstrating a rare level of innovation in its use of social media over the past 12 months, and for its ability to embrace changing consumer audiences.

Organised by Media, the Asia-Pacific PR Awards has an eight-year history and recognises excellence in both companies and individuals in the PR and communications industries. This year’s entries were reviewed by a panel of leading in-house and agency executives.
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