PublicAffairsAsia is now inviting sponsors for the prestigious 2015 Gold Standard Awards.
Now in their 7th year, The Gold Standard Awards are unrivalled in Asia-Pacific: recognising achievement in citizenship, corporate communications, public affairs and stakeholder engagement across the private, governmental and not-for-profit sectors.
The award’s programme has received over 1,000 entries across the programme and recognized over 100 winning organisations.
Previous winners across the diverse range of categories include Manny Pacquiao, Weber Shandwick, The Singapore Health Promotion Board, Edelman, ECPAT, Coca-Cola, The US Embassies in Signapore and Indonesia and Microsoft as well as leading public figures including Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. You catch watch videos of our winners here.
Award categories to be celebrated this year include Corporate Citizenship, Digital Communications, Employee Engagement, Public Private Partnership, Policymaker of the Year, Diplomatic Engagement and Government Relations – as well In-House Team of the Year, Policymaker of the Year and Communicator of the Year.
Previous sponsors include a cross sectoral group of companies and consultancies including HP, eBay, FleishmanHillard, 21st Century Fox, Food Industry Asia, Qantas, AmCham China and Edelman.
PublicAffairsAsia would like to invite organisations to participate as a sponsor in The Gold Standard Awards. More details can also be found at The Gold Standard Awards website, with categories and sponsors set to be announced on July 1.
The awards reception, to which all sponsors are invited, offers a significant networking opportunity and takes place at The Foreign Correspondents’ Club in Hong Kong this December.
Mark O’Brien, PublicAffairsAsia’s Vice President, said: “In short, becoming a sponsor positions your organisation as a thought leader among an influential stakeholder group of 16,000 key decision makers in Asia Pacific: driving your public affairs engagement and connecting you to new contacts and clients across MNCs, NGOs, government and the diplomatic sectors.”