The winners at the Purpose Awards EMEA 2020 have been announced - including the prestigious Brand, Campaign and Agency of the Year gongs.
Winner: Freuds & Proud Robinson + Partners
The second tranche of winners in the 2020 Purpose Awards EMEA, from PRWeek, Campaign and Third Sector, will be announced later today (17 September) via a livestream.
Winners of the Purpose Awards EMEA – the awards scheme from PRWeek, Campaign and Third Sector – will be announced in virtual ceremonies at 5pm tonight and tomorrow (16 and 17 October).
The deadline for entering the PRWeek UK Corporate, City and Public Affairs Awards has been extended to Friday 16 October.
Time is running out to enter the PRWeek UK Corporate, City & Public Affairs Awards at the 'early bird' rate – the deadline for reduced-price entries is tomorrow (Friday 21 August).
The shortlist has been revealed for the PRWeek UK Awards 2020, which is moving to a digital format this year due to the impact of the coronavirus.
Early deadline is September 1.
Michael Phelps’ comments last night as he accepted the 2020 Communicator of the Year title during a virtual gala ceremony summed up the spirit of an extraordinary year for the PRWeek Awards.
Notes from Aedhmar Hynes, Brian Grace and Torod Neptune.
This PRWeek U.S. Award goes to the campaign that displays extraordinary creativity, innovation, ability to raise brand awareness and meaningful results. It is chosen from among the winners of the campaign categories.
This award was chosen from the winners of the four agency categories. All achievements were considered relative to the agency’s size and previous standing.
Outstanding Agency Professional was former Ketchum CEO Barri Rafferty.
The all-time-great swimmer was commended for his work taking the stigma away from talking about mental health.
PRWeek’s 2020 Communicator of the Year tells Steve Barrett encouraging people to seek help with their mental health gives him more pleasure than winning an Olympic gold medal.
PRWeek takes its annual awards show virtual for the first time in event history