Wins two awards each at the APAC Excellence Awards 2018 and Public Affairs Asia Gold Standard Awards 2018
Gurugram: Continuing its winning streak this year, Genesis Burson-Marsteller bagged two wins at the APAC Excellence Awards 2018 and another two at the Public Affairs Asia Gold Standard Awards 2018. With these wins, the firm, a leading public relations and public affairs consultancy that delivers integrated communication services to some of the best global and Indian companies, rounded off the Asia Pacific communications awards with 14 regional wins.
Genesis Burson-Marsteller’s award-winning campaigns at APAC Excellence Awards 2018 were:
- ‘Mumbai Khadde Mein’ (Mumbai In A Pothole) for Red FM in the Viral Communications category
- ‘World Diabetes Day’ for Novo Nordisk in the Health & Chemicals category
Our campaign ‘Cartons Le Aao, Classroom Banao’ (Bring Cartons To Make A Classroom) for Tetra Pak was shortlisted in the Corporate Responsibility and Campaign of the Year categories, while the firm was shortlisted for the Agency of the Year category.
At Public Affairs Asia Gold Standard Awards 2018, Genesis Burson-Marsteller’s award-winning campaigns were:
- ‘#MumbaiLifeLine3’ for MMRC in the Issues Management & Crisis Communication category
- ‘Transforming The Food Economy’ for World Food India, Ministry of Food Processing in the Media Engagement category
GBM was also shortlisted for its campaign ‘From A Stream To A River’ for Genesis Foundation in the Social Enterprise category.
Commenting on the wins, Prema Sagar, Chief Executive Officer & Founder, Genesis Burson-Marsteller said, “It is so gratifying to see the hard work put in by our teams get recognized. It has been a spectacular year of award wins, especially at the Asia Pacific region level and I congratulate our teams for their relentless pursuit for excellence. These awards also bear testimony to the trust and partnership that we share with our clients and reassert our focus on pushing the boundaries of communication, creativity and commitment for our clients everyday.”