S.P.A.G. Bags 3 Awards at the SABRE South Asia 2016

Winner in the Public Affairs and Associations Categories, with a Certificate of Excellence in the Government Relations Category


S.P.A.G., India’s leading Public Relations, Public Affairs and Digital Media consultancy was honoured with two awards and a Certificate of Excellence at the communications industry’s most recognized SABRE South Asia Awards 2016, held in New Delhi on July 21st.

S.P.A.G. was the winner in the Public Affairs/Government Relations category for its campaign on Protecting Intellectual Property Rights to Empower INNOVATION in India, led by Global Intellectual Property Center with SPAG Asia. In the same category, S.P.A.G. also won the Certificate of Excellence for SANKALP – Commitment to reduce the NCD burden in India through a multi-sectoral approach — S.P.A.G.’s campaign with Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease (PFCD).

Adding to the glorious achievements of the specialized consultancy, fast expanding into South-East Asia, S.P.A.G. was also announced winner in the Associations Category for its campaign with the Global Intellectual Property Center on Partnering India’s journey towards a healthy IP regime.

The night was a celebratory occasion for the S.P.A.G. team not only for their consistent, concerted efforts but also for a nomination for the best campaign in the Platinum SABRE Awards category, news that came as a pleasant surprise for the hardworking team.

SABRE Awards are the world’s biggest PR awards committed to benchmarking the best PR work from across the globe. The awards see close to 5,000 entries globally each year and showcase the best work that public relations have to offer. This year SABRE South Asia awards saw biggest number of entries being submitted for the coveted honor.

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