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PR agencies compete for awards

SLOVAKIA’S Association of Public Relations (APRSR), in cooperation with the monthly Stratégie, has announced the second year of the Prokop PR projects competition, Stratégie wrote in its December issue. The main aim of the contest is to acknowledge the best original PR projects carried out in Slovakia in 2010. The criteria for the contest are innovation, creativity and flexibility of each PR project when documented results are taken into account.

SLOVAKIA’S Association of Public Relations (APRSR), in cooperation with the monthly Stratégie, has announced the second year of the Prokop PR projects competition, Stratégie wrote in its December issue. The main aim of the contest is to acknowledge the best original PR projects carried out in Slovakia in 2010. The criteria for the contest are innovation, creativity and flexibility of each PR project when documented results are taken into account.

“The aim of the next year of the Prokop competition is to link to the successful first year of this project and introduce the best communications campaigns carried out by Slovak agencies to the expert as well as general public,” said APRSR president Peter Fecko.

Agencies can submit projects up to January 20 and awards will be handed out at a ceremony on February 10.

Last year, 10 agencies entered 23 projects in the competition.

Seesame Communication Experts became the most successful agency when it won two categories: Corporate Communications, and Community Relations and Internal Communication. First place in the third main category, Business to Business PR and Business to Consumer PR, went to AMI Communications Slovakia.


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