Olivia Parker
Apr 13, 2018

PR Awards Asia: deadline extended

Due to popular demand, we will be extending the deadline for entry to the PR Awards Asia until 17 April.

We are pleased to announce an extension to the deadine for entry to the PR Awards Asia. Entries will now be accepted up to the cut-off time of 1800HKT on Tuesday 17 April

Enter online now

For further details on how to enter, including eligibility details and entry frees, visit the PR Awards Asia website. The awards are open to PR consultancies, solo practitioners and in-house departments...

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