The PRSA’s 2014 international conference wraps up on Tuesday afternoon. PR News spoke with the association’s leadership to get a sense of the multiple challenges facing communicators and where the PR industry goes from here.
If social media efforts are to flow to the top and bottom and lines, communicators first need to develop an auditing plan.
Winner: APCO Worldwide – IKEA Brighter Lives for Refugees: the One Night without Lights Social Media Challenge In 2013, more than 2 million people became refugees – a near twenty-year record. The refugee camps these… Continued
Winner: Marina Maher Communications – Secret and Diana Nyad Blow Social Engagement out of the Water Secret, along with Marina Maher Communications, worked with 64-year-old swimmer Diana Nyad and her team to document an unprecedented… Continued
Winner: Coty Inc. – The Marc Jacobs Tweetshop Coty Inc.’s task was to generate international PR and social media coverage for the popular Daisy Marc Jacobs fragrance. With an already loyal following, they knew that… Continued
Winner: FCB Health – HEY MS, Take This! For decades, people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) had only injections available to treat their condition. In 2010, Novartis’ GILENYA became the first oral treatment indicated for… Continued
Winners: Taylor Strategy – Taco Bell Shakes up the Breakfast Routine and Weber Shandwick – Smoke is the Bandit with Mobil 1 Taylor Strategy – Taco Bell Shakes up the Breakfast Routine March 2014 marked… Continued
Winner: RF|Binder on behalf of CVS Health – CVS Health Celebrates the Spirit of Volunteerism on #GivingTuesday On December 2, 2013, for the second year in a row, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students… Continued
Winner: Biosector 2 and Novartis Oncology – Count Us, Know Us, Join Us: Uniting the Advanced Breast Cancer Community Despite widespread attention and knowledge of breast cancer, the estimated 250,000 women living with advanced breast… Continued