HONG KONG—More than 20 senior public relations professionals from across the region have been recruited to serve on the 2015 Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards jury, which will evaluate the best PR campaigns, content and more from across the region entered into the world’s leading public relations awards competition.
The 2015 jury, which is still adding participants, will include:
- Senior leaders from global public relations agencies, including Margaret Key, CEO of Burson-Marsteller Asia-Pacific (pictured); Amanda Goh, CEO of Edelman’s Singapore operations; Jonathan Hughes, regional CEO of Golin; Radhika Shapoorjee, president of South Asia and India for Hill+Knowlton Strategies; and Ava Lawler, managing director of Weber Shandwick in Australia.
- Founders and principals from leading local agencies, including Amanda Galmes, of Cannes Lion winner Fuel Communications in Australia; Motoko Kunita of Japan’s Dentsu PR; Shivani Gupta, managing director of SPAG Asia; and Richard Tsang, founder and CEO of Hong Kong-based Strategic Public Relations Group.
- High-ranking corporate communicators from companies including Facebook and MetLife.
The jury will be chaired by Holmes Report founder and CEO Paul Holmes, who says, “We are already seeing some really strong creative work from across the region, and we are assembling a jury of senior industry executives who will have their work cut out to select the best of the best from among these great campaigns.”
The deadline for entries is August 14—entries can be uploaded here—and the SABRE Awards ceremony and accompanying In2 Summit will be held in Hong Kong on September 23.