Public Relations Awards

Update on the Schedule for the Top PR Awards

Posted by Maggie Gallagher on Tue, Jun 17, 2014 @ 11:57 AM

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Finalists have been selected for the 22nd annual IPRA Golden World Awards for PR Excellence, and we're getting ready for the second round of judging later this month.

The International Public Relations Association's Golden World Awards for PR Excellence are the world's top international PR awards competition, featuring a wide variety of categories for agencies and communications departments.  All organizations and individuals worldwide were invited to submit entries for the 2014 program.

The first round of judging has concluded and the final round of juding will take place on Friday, June 27, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Winners will be announced on Monday, June 30. While the judges are conferred in Amsterdam, the IPRA board will determine the place and date for the gala awards ceremony this coming autumn. 

If you have questions about the GWAs, managed by the Stevie® Awards, please don't hesitate to contact us.

GWA@thestevies.com
+1 703-547-8389
www.StevieAwards.com

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2 Weeks to IPRA's Golden World Awards Final Extended Entry Deadline

Posted by Liz Dean on Tue, May 21, 2013 @ 10:55 AM

The final extended entry deadline for the 21st annual IPRA Golden World Awards, the top international public relations awards competition, is 4 June. No additional late penalties or fees will be charged in association with the deadline extension.

IPRA LogoThe IPRA Golden World Awards for Excellence offer world-wide recognition and acclaim to world-class public relations programmes. The 2013 competition, conducted by the International Public Relations Association, is open to local, regional, national or international public relations programmes carried out or completed in 2012/2013.

To begin your submission process, you should:

1. Request an entry kit.
The entry kit will have all of the information you need regarding entry preparation and submission.

2. Review the 2013 categories.
The number of categories in the GWA has doubled this year, as now there are separate categories for Agency and for Inhouse entries. Entrants may submit any number of nominations to any number of categories, which include: Community Relations, Corporate Communications, Crisis Management, Digital Media Relations, Event Management, Internal Communications, Launch of a New Product, PR on a Shoestring, Publications, Social Media for PR, and Technology, among others. For a full list of categories, visit the GWA website at www.ipra.org/gwa.

3. Submit your entries.
To submit your entries, review the entry kit and website for complete instructions on how to choose your categories and prepare your entries. When you are ready to submit your entries, begin here.

Entries submitted to the Golden World Awards competition will be judged by an international panel of senior practitioners. In considering entries, the judges may grant one, several or no awards in each category.

The 2013 GWA are managed on behalf of IPRA by the Stevie® Awards, which organizes the world’s premier business awards programs including The International Business Awards and The American Business Awards.  Questions about IPRA’s Golden World Awards may be directed to GWA@thestevies.com.

Don't hesitate to contact us with your questions about how to participate in the 2013 edition of IPRA's Golden World Awards for Excellence.

Tags: public relations awards, stevie awards, business awards, PR awards, IPRA, International Public Relations Association, Stevie Awards and IPRA Partnership, Golden World Awards

6 Days to IPRA's Golden World Awards Final Entry Deadline

Posted by Liz Dean on Tue, May 14, 2013 @ 10:29 AM

Monday, 20 May is the final entry deadline for the 21st annual IPRA Golden World Awards, the top international public relations awards competition. Request the entry kit here and you will receive it right away.

IPRA LogoThe IPRA Golden World Awards for Excellence offer world-wide recognition and acclaim to world-class public relations programmes. The 2013 competition, conducted by the International Public Relations Association, is open to local, regional, national or international public relations programmes carried out or completed in 2012/2013.

Entries submitted to the Golden World Awards competition will be judged by an international panel of senior practitioners. In considering entries, the judges may grant one, several or no awards in each category.

The number of categories in the GWA has doubled this year, as now there are separate categories for Agency and for Inhouse entries. Entrants may submit any number of nominations to any number of categories, which include:

  • Community Relations
    For community relations campaigns not conducted by government / local authorities.
  • Corporate Communications
    For excellence in enhancing a company’s overall reputation through corporate communications.
  • Crisis Management
    Example of excellent communications management during a crisis.
  • Digital Media Relations
    For the successful use of digital media relations in a PR campaign.
  • Event Management
    For the planning and delivery of a successful event with a public relations dimension.
  • Internal Communications
    For a creative internal communications campaign that engaged and informed personnel.
  • Launch of a New Product
    For well-planned PR activities around the launch of a product.
  • PR on a Shoestring 
    For an imaginative PR campaign done on a small budget.
  • Publications
    For PR publications such as newsletters or magazines that showed excellence and imagination in communicating with stakeholders. This can be in a print or electronic format.
  • Social Media for PR
    For excellence in the use of social media as a public relations tool.
  • Technology
    For the effective use of public relations in the technology sector, including business-to-business and consumer campaigns.

For a full list of categories, visit the GWA website at www.ipra.org/gwa.

To submit your entries, review the entry kit and website for complete instructions on how to choose your categories and prepare your entries. When you are ready to submit your entries, begin here.

The 2013 GWA are managed on behalf of IPRA by the Stevie® Awards, which organizes the world’s premier business awards programs including The International Business Awards and The American Business Awards.  Questions about IPRA’s Golden World Awards may be directed to GWA@thestevies.com.

Contact us with your questions about how to participate in the 2013 edition of IPRA's Golden World Awards for Excellence.

Tags: public relations awards, stevie awards, business awards, PR awards, IPRA, International Public Relations Association, Stevie Awards and IPRA Partnership, Golden World Awards

Enter IPRA's Golden World Awards Today to Avoid Late Fees

Posted by Liz Dean on Mon, May 06, 2013 @ 10:39 AM

Today, 6 May, is the entry deadline for the 21st annual IPRA Golden World Awards, the top international public relations awards competition. You'll avoid the £50/entry late fee if you submit your entries before 10:00 am GMT tomorrow. Late entries will be accepted through 20 May with payment of the late fee.IPRA Logo

Get Your Entry Kit Here.

The IPRA Golden World Awards for Excellence offer world-wide recognition and acclaim to world-class public relations programmes. The 2013 competition, conducted by the International Public Relations Association, is open to local, regional, national or international public relations programmes carried out or completed in 2012/2013.

The number of categories in the GWA has doubled this year, as now there are separate categories for Agency and for Inhouse entries. Entrants may submit any number of nominations to any number of categories, which include:

  • Community Relations
    For community relations campaigns not conducted by government / local authorities.
  • Corporate Communications
    For excellence in enhancing a company’s overall reputation through corporate communications.
  • Crisis Management
    Example of excellent communications management during a crisis.
  • Digital Media Relations
    For the successful use of digital media relations in a PR campaign.
  • Event Management
    For the planning and delivery of a successful event with a public relations dimension.
  • Internal Communications
    For a creative internal communications campaign that engaged and informed personnel.
  • Launch of a New Product
    For well-planned PR activities around the launch of a product.
  • PR on a Shoestring 
    For an imaginative PR campaign done on a small budget.
  • Publications
    For PR publications such as newsletters or magazines that showed excellence and imagination in communicating with stakeholders. This can be in a print or electronic format.
  • Social Media for PR
    For excellence in the use of social media as a public relations tool.
  • Technology
    For the effective use of public relations in the technology sector, including business-to-business and consumer campaigns.

For a full list of categories, visit the GWA website at www.ipra.org/gwa.

Entries submitted to the Golden World Awards competition will be judged by an international panel of senior practitioners. In considering entries, the judges may grant one, several or no awards in each category. To submit your entries, review the entry kit and website for complete instructions on how to choose your categories and prepare your entries. When you are ready to submit your entries, begin here.

The 2013 GWA are managed on behalf of IPRA by the Stevie® Awards, which organizes the world’s premier business awards programs including The International Business Awards and The American Business Awards.  Questions about IPRA’s Golden World Awards may be directed to GWA@thestevies.com.

Contact us with your questions about how to participate in the 2013 edition of IPRA's Golden World Awards for Excellence.

Tags: public relations awards, stevie awards, business awards, PR awards, IPRA, International Public Relations Association, Stevie Awards and IPRA Partnership, Golden World Awards

One Week to IPRA's Golden World Awards Entry Deadline

Posted by Liz Dean on Mon, Apr 29, 2013 @ 12:49 PM

The entry deadline for the 21st annual IPRA Golden World Awards, the top international public relations awards competition, is 6 May. If you haven't yet done so, you can get your entry kit here. (Late entries will be accepted through 20 May with payment of a £50/entry late fee.)

IPRA LogoThe IPRA Golden World Awards for Excellence offer world-wide recognition and acclaim to world-class public relations programmes. The 2013 competition, conducted by the International Public Relations Association, is open to local, regional, national or international public relations programmes carried out or completed in 2012/2013.

Entries submitted to the Golden World Awards competition will be judged by an international panel of senior practitioners. In considering entries, the judges may grant one, several or no awards in each category. Entrants may submit any number of nominations to any number of categories, which include:

  • Community Relations
    For community relations campaigns not conducted by government / local authorities.
  • Corporate Communications
    For excellence in enhancing a company’s overall reputation through corporate communications.
  • Crisis Management
    Example of excellent communications management during a crisis.
  • Digital Media Relations
    For the successful use of digital media relations in a PR campaign.
  • Event Management
    For the planning and delivery of a successful event with a public relations dimension.
  • Internal Communications
    For a creative internal communications campaign that engaged and informed personnel.
  • Launch of a New Product
    For well-planned PR activities around the launch of a product.
  • PR on a Shoestring 
    For an imaginative PR campaign done on a small budget.
  • Publications
    For PR publications such as newsletters or magazines that showed excellence and imagination in communicating with stakeholders. This can be in a print or electronic format.
  • Social Media for PR
    For excellence in the use of social media as a public relations tool.
  • Technology
    For the effective use of public relations in the technology sector, including business-to-business and consumer campaigns.

For a full list of categories, visit the GWA website at www.ipra.org/gwa.

To submit your entries, review the entry kit and website for complete instructions on how to choose your categories and prepare your entries. When you are ready to submit your entries, begin here.

The 2013 GWA are managed on behalf of IPRA by the Stevie® Awards, which organizes the world’s premier business awards programs including The International Business Awards and The American Business Awards.  Questions about IPRA’s Golden World Awards may be directed to GWA@thestevies.com.

Please don't hesitate to contact us with your questions about how to participate in the 2013 edition of IPRA's Golden World Awards for Excellence.

Tags: public relations awards, stevie awards, business awards, PR awards, IPRA, International Public Relations Association, Stevie Awards and IPRA Partnership, Golden World Awards

One Week to IPRA's Golden World Awards Early-bird Deadline

Posted by Liz Dean on Mon, Apr 08, 2013 @ 11:23 AM

The early-bird entry deadline for the 21st annual IPRA Golden World Awards, the top international public relations awards competition, is 15 April. You'll save £50 per entry if you submit your nominations through that date.

IPRA's Golden World Awards LogoIf you haven't yet done so, you can get your entry kit here.

The IPRA Golden World Awards for Excellence offer world-wide recognition and acclaim to world-class public relations programmes. The 2013 competition, conducted by the International Public Relations Association, is open to local, regional, national or international public relations programmes carried out or completed in 2012/2013.

The GWAs has doubled the number of categories this year,  as now there are separate categories for Agency and for Inhouse entries. Entrants may submit any number of nominations to any number of categories, which include:

  • Community Relations
    For community relations campaigns not conducted by government / local authorities.
  • Corporate Communications
    For excellence in enhancing a company’s overall reputation through corporate communications.
  • Crisis Management
    Example of excellent communications management during a crisis.
  • Digital Media Relations
    For the successful use of digital media relations in a PR campaign.
  • Event Management
    For the planning and delivery of a successful event with a public relations dimension.
  • Internal Communications
    For a creative internal communications campaign that engaged and informed personnel.
  • Launch of a New Product
    For well-planned PR activities around the launch of a product.
  • PR on a Shoestring 
    For an imaginative PR campaign done on a small budget.
  • Publications
    For PR publications such as newsletters or magazines that showed excellence and imagination in communicating with stakeholders. This can be in a print or electronic format.
  • Social Media for PR
    For excellence in the use of social media as a public relations tool.
  • Technology
    For the effective use of public relations in the technology sector, including business-to-business and consumer campaigns.

For a full list of categories, visit the GWA website.

GWA now features three entry deadlines:

  • 15 April - the early-bird deadline, with a discounted fee of £250 per entry
  • 6 May - final entry deadline, entry fee is £300 per entry
  • 20 May - last day that late entries will be accepted with payment of £50/entry late fee

Entry details are available at www.ipra.org/gwa.

To submit your entries, review the entry kit and website for complete instructions on how to choose your categories and prepare your entries. When you are ready to submit your entries, begin here.

Please don't hesitate to contact us with your questions about how to participate in the 2013 edition of IPRA's Golden World Awards for Excellence.

Tags: public relations awards, stevie awards, business awards, PR awards, IPRA, International Public Relations Association, Stevie Awards and IPRA Partnership, Golden World Awards