Davos Communications Awards Extend Deadline Until April 15, 2022
The deadline for the 2022 Davos Communications Awards, launched by WCFA, has been extended until April 15, 2022. Organizations, in-house teams, institutions, professionals, and students are welcomed from all over the world. Participants who enter the Awards with three or more submissions get rewarded with 1-year Membership at WCFA, enjoying a full list of benefits.
Submit your entry now for a chance to win on www.davosawards.com
Winning or being shortlisted for the Davos Communications Awards will bring highly valuable publicity through online global media outlets, 2,000 WCFA newsletter subscribers, and social media. The recognition can increase your credibility internationally, help to improve and achieve professional growth, benchmark your company, expand your business, attract new clients and partners, strengthen and motivate teamwork, and encourage recruitment.
The Davos Communications Awards celebrate exceptional professional work done by businesses, governments, and academia in public relations, marketing, branding, social media, and leadership. The judges will recognize projects demonstrating innovation, creative thinking, engagement, and success in pioneering strategic marketing tools.
Entries are accepted in 26 categories:
- Best Public Relations Campaign
- Best Marketing Communications Campaign
- Best Digital or Social Media Campaign
- Best Global Communications Campaign
- Best Inclusive Marketing Campaign
- Best Engage for Change Campaign
- Best Internal Communications Campaign
- Best Small-Budget Campaign
- Best Influencer Marketing Campaign
- Best Content Marketing Campaign
- Best Use of Brand
- Best Corporate Affairs
- Best CSR or ESG
- Excellence in Communications Response to Covid-19
- Special Event
- PR Consultancy of the Year
- Marketing Agency of the Year
- Digital Agency of the Year
- In-house Team of the Year
- Outstanding Freelancer of the Year
- Rising Star – for practitioners under the age of 30
- Silver Star – for practitioners over the age of 50
- Best Leader in Public Relations and Communications
- Best Crisis Communications Leader
- Best Student in Public Relations or Communications
- Best Woman in Public Relations
All categories are judged by an influential and respected international Jury of experts from the United Kingdom, Brazil, Lithuania, Nigeria, Romania, United States, Ghana, Singapore, Iran, Turkey, Australia, South Africa, Hungary, and the Netherlands.
Among them are the Jury Chair Amanda Coleman, Director and Founder at Amanda Coleman Communication Ltd., Alasdair Townsend, Managing Partner at Sherlock Communications, Antanas Zabulis, Board member at Baltic Management Institute, Cătălin Hosu, Communication Manager at COMM360, Claudine Moore, Corporate Communications and Business Development Strategist at C. Moore Media International Public Relations, John Ehiguese, Founder and CEO of Mediacraft Associates, Kobi Hemaa Osisiadan-Bekoe, Head of Corporate Communications at Ghana Post, Lisa O'Sullivan, Growth Lead of Global Health PORTER NOVELLI, Marie Alexander, Founder and Executive Director of Alexander PR Group, Mina Nazari, PR and Communications expert at Tabriz Electric Power Distribution company, Pelin Kocaalp, General Manager at Hill+Knowlton Strategies, Sjaak Koole, Alumni Chapter Lead at the European University, Sukruti Narayanan, Director Business Growth & Public Relations at MeTV, Thabisile Phumo, Senior Vice President and Head of Stakeholder Relations at Sibanye-Stillwater, Zsofia Lakatos, Managing Director at Emerald PR, and more.
Partners of the Awards are PR Newswire – a part of Cision Group Ltd. and DHL.
The winners and finalists of the Davos Communications Awards for 2021 can be seen here.
For more information about the Awards, visit www.davosawards.com or contact Maxim Behar, WCFA President, at firstname.lastname@example.org or +359 888 50 31 13.