PT04. PR Communications Team

This category is awarded to a PR communications team within PR consultancies or to an in-house corporate, government, or non-profit communications team. This award recognises success in addressing issues related to management, corporate communications, and campaign execution, including crisis situations.

PT03. PR Agency Head of the Year

This category is awarded for outstanding professional achievement by an individual who has full operational responsibility for a specific consultancy, or network of consultancies.

PT02. Diversity and Inclusion Company of the Year (NEW)

This category will recognise companies with the strongest commitment to diversity and inclusion. Companies that are pushing boundaries and shaping their own path. Judges are looking for examples of activities/initiatives that have helped build diverse teams, create an inclusive work environment, or foster a culture that is inclusive of a diverse audience.

PT01. Best Culture of the Year

This award recognises the agency that demonstrates a distinctive and passionate working culture in line with the company’s vision and values. The best culture fosters collaboration — inspiring others and creating a place that helps to attract and recruit talent – and ultimately business growth. Entrants should demonstrate how the agency cultivates a culture to drives forward thinking and challenges conventions.

CA06. Asia-Pacific PR Campaign of the Year

This award recognises the campaign with a purely Asian focus, or part of a global campaign that was most effectively executed with work and results in at least 3 local markets in 2 regions within the Asia Pacific region.

CA05. Southeast Asia PR Campaign of the Year

This award recognises the campaign that has most effectively been executed in Southeast Asia. Markets may include Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

CA04. South Asia PR Campaign of the Year

This award recognises the campaign that has most effectively been executed in South Asia. Markets may include Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.