May.10.2022, Singapore ------ The Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards 2022 is now accepting entries ahead of the early deadline of 3 June, recognizes the best in public relations programming from across the Asia-Pacific region and is open to campaigns developed by agencies, corporations, not-for-profit organizations, government agencies and more. (the dedicated entry platform)
In addition to categories celebrating the best campaigns from specific geographic markets, the Asia-Pacific competition recognizes great work in specific practice areas (from consumer PR to public affairs to employee communications) and in industry sectors (healthcare, technology, not-for-profit etc.). The IN2 SABRE awards, meanwhile, focus on Insight+Innovation, with categories for the best use of data and analytics and new digital and social channels.
The entry website includes a complete list of categories, entry fee and deadline information (the early deadline is 3 June, the late deadline is 1 July), as well as tips for crafting a winning entry. The SABRE Asia-Pacific awards ceremony, along with PRovoke's Asia-Pacific Summit, will take place on 21 September, with the venue to be confirmed soon.
SABRE Awards are currently drawing up a jury of industry leaders across agency and corporate — if anyone likes to be considered, please let them know.
At last year's Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards, which took place at a hybrid event in Hong Kong, Lenovo's 'From the World's Factory to the World's Engine' won Best in Show, while FleishmanHillard and WE took the top Agency of the Year honours.
About SABRE Awards
As the awards competition by PRovoke Media, the world’s largest and most sought after public relations awards competition, the SABRE Awards, which recognizes Superior Achievement in Branding and Reputation in North America, EMEA and the Asia-Pacific region. The IN2 SABRE Awards that recognize excellence in content creation and data-driven insights.
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