The PRCA MENA Awards 2019 celebrated the very best individuals, teams, and campaigns from the PR and communications industry from across the Middle East and North Africa.
Leading practitioners attended the awards at the Renaissance Downtown in Dubai on the evening of Wednesday, 13th February.
The full list of winners can be seen below.
Best PR Campaign: B2B M&C Saatchi Public Relations and Discovery -The Spirit of Discovery
Best PR Campaign: B2C Weber Shandwick – McDonalds World Cup Drive-Thru Experience
Best PR Campaign: B2C Golin MENA – The CHANGE Workshops – WaterWipes
Best Integrated Campaign DMCC – Future of Trade
Best PR Campaign: Influencer Relations Maven Marketing and Events – Olivia and Beauty Pop to Olivia Culpo “Miss Universe” Announces Beauty Pop
Best PR Campaign: Digital Hill+Knowlton Strategies – Keep it Pumping MENA
Best PR Campaign: Crisis Communications TBWA\ DJAZ – Celia Algeria Milk Crisis
Best PR Campaign: Game Changer Hill+Knowlton Strategies – GOSHxSuperhope
Results on a Budget Q Communications – Tourism Ireland
Best Regional Campaign Seven Media – Special Olympics
Social Impact Hill+Knowlton Strategies – GOSHxSuperhope
Large Consultancy of the Year- Weber Shandwick MENA
Rising Star of the Year Grayling – Lauren Ramey
PR Leader Weber Shandwick – Ghaleb Zeidan
Best PR Campaign: Media Relations Seven Media – Laguna Waterpark
Strategic Communications Campaign BPG ORANGE – Sony Middle East & Africa
Small Consultancy of the Year Brazen
In-House Team of the Year Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAKTDA)
Large Consultancy of the Year Weber Shandwick MENA
For further information contact:
Francis Ingham MPRCA
Director General, PRCA,
Barry Leggetter FPRCA
07748 677 504
Matt Cartmell MPRCA
Deputy Director General
07930 485 333
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Who we are: Founded in 1969, the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) is a UK-based PR and communications membership body, operating in 66 countries around the world. We represent in excess of 30,000 people across the whole range of the PR and communications industry. The PRCA promotes all aspects of public relations and communications work, helping teams and individuals maximise the value they deliver to clients and organisations.
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