Public Relations Institute of Australia winners hit the mark of excellence at the 2012 Golden Target Awards in Melbourne
The winners of the 2012 Public Relations Institute of Australia’s annual National Golden Target Awards (GTAs) were tonight revealed before a crowd of over 500 PR and communications professionals, gathered for the World Public Relations Forum in Melbourne.
The GTAs recognise excellence and hard work across the public relations and communications industry. The entries, judged by panels against set criteria, cover 16 categories.
This year’s winners, announced at the Golden Target Awards Forum and Gala Dinner on Monday 19 November to eagerly awaiting guests, are as follows:
Consumer Marketing – Products
Consumer Marketing – Services
Corporate Social Responsibility
Samara Kitchener, NSW Food Authority – 8700 - helping NSW find its ideal figure
Wendy Franklin, GESB – Deliver with pride campaign
Alasdair Jeffrey, Rowland – Smooth take-off for Alliance Aviation IPO
Issues Management / Recovery Communications
Patrick MacDonald, Cole Lawson Communications – Patton’s Big Gun
Low Cost / Pro Bono
Richard Lazar, Professional Public Relations – IQ2 Debate Series
Richard Lazar, Professional Public Relations – McHappy Day 2011
Since 1981, the GTAs have provided members with the opportunity to showcase their expertise and have their professional excellence recognised by their peers, whether they work in corporate or government organisations, consultancies, professional associations or the non-profit sector.