Campaign India Team
Jul 30, 2019

Campaign launches global PR Awards in India

Inaugural edition of the awards to be held in Mumbai in October 2019

Campaign launches global PR Awards in India
The inaugural edition of Campaign India's PR Awards will be held in Mumbai in October 2019. 
 
Globally the awards have been running for close to two decades and celebrate the most outstanding, inspired and successful campaigns, individuals and companies in the communications industry.
 
The PR Awards are an opportunity for leading communicators and agencies in India to showcase the best strategies and achievements that have been transforming businesses and brands.
 
Keeping in line with our global best practices, the jury will be led by leading professionals from the in-house ranks, as well as senior agency executives. The judges will ensure that entries are reviewed according to the demanding set of criteria.
 
Key Dates:
 
Entries open: 1 August 2019
Early bird entry deadline: 9 August 2019
Entry deadline: 30 August 2019
 
For more information visit http://www.prawardsindia.com/
 
For general queries and entry related information contact: 
Vinayak Sawant
vinayak.sawant@haymarket.co.in
P: +91 9920240267
 
For sponsorship opportunities, reach out to: 
Kangkan Sarma
kangkan.sarma@haymarket.co.in
P: +91 9967356650 | +91 9082666702
Source:
Campaign India

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