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2009 PublicAffairsAsia Golden Standards Awards: Nominations Close Soon

April 6, 2011

 

Whether you represent a local or global consultancy, corporation, chamber of commerce, government agency or an NGO, the awards offer the opportunity for your achievements to be recognised and rewarded by a global audience of senior professionals.

The awards are based on the principle of 'knowledge share' and 'peer review' - and reflect increasing professionalisation in the communications processes in complex stakeholder landscapes in Asia and beyond.

The significance of the awards process is underlined by the participation of a wide-range of senior judges and support from organisations in Asia, Europe and North America.

The awards are composed of 11 categories covering diverse PA areas such as government relations, CSR, stakeholder engagement and crisis communications. We also seek nominations for the Gold Standard Award for achievement in the realms of in-house public affairs/public affairs consultancy.

The entry process is straightforward, yet rigorous, and can be completed using the downloadable MS Word Nomination Form. Nominations close on November 4, 2009.

 

For more information visit: http://www.publicaffairsasia.com/publicaffairsasia/goldstandard/Index.do