NEW YORK—The Holmes Report has launched the second edition of the Latin America SABRE Awards, which will recognize the best public relations programming from across one of the most dynamic and innovative regions in the world.
The competition will include categories recognizing the best programming in various countries and regions—from Mexico and the Caribbean to Argentina and Brazil—as well as practice areas from crisis communications to consumer marketing and industry sectors from healthcare to technology.
“The first Latin American SABRE Awards competition was a huge success, unearthing a treasure-trove of great creative work from across the region,” says Paul Holmes, founder of The Holmes Report and chair of the SABRE judges. “We are looking forward to seeing an even greater range of work in this year’s competition.”
Other judges—including senior agency executives and corporate communications leaders—will be announced over the next two weeks.
The early deadline for entries is September 16. Entries with an additional late fee will be accepted until October 7.
A complete list of categories can be found here, and advice on crafting a winning entry is online here. Entries can be submitted via our dedicated entry platform.
The SABRE Awards is the world's largest PR awards program, running across six continents. 2016 details now available.