Enter for PR awards now

PR agencies, in-house departments and individuals who have produced outstanding work over the past year now have a chance to win the ultimate accolade in the PRWeek Awards 2009.

Awards entry will be online again this year. Entries will be open on 2 March.

This year a category for Best Global Campaign – a PR initiative that operates in more than one country (including the UK) – has been added.

The deadline for entry is 29 May, and the usual glittering awards event will take place at Grosvenor House in London on Tuesday, 20 October.

Judging day will be 10 July.

The PR industry’s biggest night was massively oversubscribed in 2008, so book a table early to avoid disappointment

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