SABRE Awards South Asia Launches 2014 Call For Entries
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SABRE Awards South Asia Launches 2014 Call For Entries

The 2014 SABRE Awards India has launched its call for entries.

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NEW DELHI—The The Holmes Report has again joined forces with the Public Relations Consultants Association of India (PRCAI) to launch the 2014 SABRE Awards South Asia.

Entries can be made at the SABRE Awards South Asia website, where further guidelines and the entry kit are available. Now in their 25th year worldwide, the SABRE Awards have become a global benchmark for public relations work, attracting more than 2,500 entries across North America, EMEA and Asia-Pacific.

After bringing the Awards programme to India in 2013, the Holmes Report and PRCAI aim to build on that success by evaluating, showcasing and elevating the role of PR in the region.

In particular, this year's edition will bring a broader focus on the South Asian market. Entries will be judged by the region's leading in-house and agency executives, including industry leaders from Pakistan and Bangladesh.

The awards gala dinner will take place on 25 July in New Delhi.

"The SABRE Awards, in just one year, has emerged as a benchmark for some of the best PR campaigns in the India market," said PRCAI president Sharif Rangnekar. "Given the anticipation and a full house in 2013, the awards are set to be bigger and greater in 2014. More importantly, with the inclusion of neighbouring nations creating the South Asia region, the prospects look extremely exciting and a calendar event not to miss!"

The deadline for entries is 28 April, although entries can still be (upon payment of the late fee) until 12 May.

Entries will be judged by a panel of some of the region's most senior in-house and agency executives:

SABRE Awards South Asia Jury

Anasuya Ray
Associate Director – Corporate Affairs

Valerie Pinto
Perfect Relations

Amit Misra
EVP and Director of Public Affairs

Patrick Ford
Worldwide Vice Chairman and Chief Client Officer
Asia-Pacific Regional Chairman

Babar Ayaz
Managing Director
Mediators (Pakistan)

Sukanya Ghosh
Global Leader, Corporate Communications

Indu Anand
Head of Communications & Community Investment – India
BAE Systems

Sudip Mozumdar
Advisor, External Affairs, World Bank India

Kazi Wahidul Alam
Managing Director and CEO
Triune Group (Bangladesh)

Paresh Chaudhry
CEO, Madison Public Relations

Madhuri Sen
VP and MD, India, Waggener Edstrom Communications.

Archana Vyas
Head of Media and Corporate Communications
Reckitt Benckiser

Sunayna Malik
Managing Director, Text100 India

David Brain
President and CEO
Edelman Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa

Tim Sutton
Chairman, Weber Shandwick Asia-Pacific

Minakshi Seth
Head of Communications
IFC South Asia

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