Mumbai, September 17, 2015: SPAG Asia made its mark in the communications industry by winning the prestigious award in the SABRE Gold Award 2015 in the not-for-profit category at the South-Asia SABRE Awards 2015. The Holmes Report SABRE Awards are the most valued and sought-after awards in the Public Relations industry, dedicated to benchmarking the best work from across the world.

SPAG Asia’s win is for the policy and advocacy work undertaken for Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease (PFCD), a not-for-profit organization, which is committed to raising awareness of chronic diseases – the number one cause of death and rising healthcare costs across countries.

SPAG Asia has been conducting integrated communications and advocacy campaign for PFCD over the last 18 months. It is an attempt to draw attention and mobilize support from all stakeholder groups, including policy makers, patients and the civil society, towards the growing burden of Non-Communicable Diseases in India. The aim is to develop an action-oriented, multi-sectoral roadmap to manage this public health challenge.

SPAG Asia has a distinctive point-of-view which reflects in its “be-real” approach towards work. It provides a unique semblance of solutions backed by its knowledge of the local market as well as the global culture.

About SPAG Asia:

SPAG Asia is a full-service Public Relations, Government Affairs and Social Media consultancy with expertise in a wide range of domains and industries. Present in India, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, we are a leading communications consultancy with seasoned communication professionals. Our core philosophy is to keep it REAL for our clients; hence all our campaigns are backed by extensive secondary and primary research.

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