Staff Reporters
Jun 13, 2018

PR Awards Asia 2018 winners

The 2018 PR Awards Asia were handed out in a ceremony Wednesday evening in Hong Kong.

Greater China Agency of the Year winners SInclair, with Agency Head of the Year Winner Kiri Sinclair
Greater China Agency of the Year winners SInclair, with Agency Head of the Year Winner Kiri Sinclair

'Palau Pledge' won Campaign of the Year and Kiri Sinclair was named Agency Head of the Year at the 2018 PR Awards Asia, which were presented tonight in Hong Kong.

Lydia Lee of Weber Shandwick was named PR Professional of the Year (Agency), Sonia Dhawan of Paytm was named PR Professional of the Year (In-House), and the In-house PR Team of the Year is the Janssen Asia Pacific Communication & Public Affairs Team.

'Palau Pledge', by Red Agency and Host/Havas for The Palau Legacy Project, is also a favourite at Cannes Lions next week, according to our canvassing of the industry in APAC

The following agencies won market-level honours:

Australia/New Zealand PR Consultancy of the Year: Red Agency

Greater China PR Consultancy of the Year: Sinclair

Japan/Korea PR Consultancy of the Year: Synergy Hill+Knowlton Strategies

South Asia PR Consultancy of the Year: Adfactors PR

Southeast Asia PR Consultancy of the Year: Echo Myanmar

Boutique PR Consultancy of the Year: Mutant Communications, Singapore

There was no award for Network of the Year.

>> For a full list of the winners, please visit the PR Awards Asia website <<

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