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Apr 13, 2017

PR Awards Asia 2017: Deadline extended to 20 April

The awards take place on 6 June in Hong Kong, following the PR360Asia conference.

PR Awards Asia 2017: Deadline extended to 20 April

Submissions will remain open until 20 April for the PR Awards Asia 2017, which take place on June 6 in Hong Kong.

The shortlist will be anounced on 15 May.

Now in its 16th year, PR Awards showcases the region’s most noteworthy works, those that advance the public relations industry and demonstrate truly innovative thinking. Led by professionals from the in-house ranks as well as senior agency executives, our judging panel will review each entry against a demanding set of criteria.

This year’s awards recognise individual campaigns, corporate awards, Campaign of the Year, people and teams, as well as consultancies and networks.

For further details on how to enter, visit the PR Awards website, prawardsasia.com, and download this guide to creating a winning entry



The 5th annual PR360Asia returns to Hong Kong on 6 June. This year’s conference invites industry champions to partake in a full schedule of invigorating discussions and presentations alongside experts from major brands and agencies. Learn more and register your interest for this year’s PR360Asia.

 

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