The marketing agency for life sciences wanted to expand its talent pool beyond those in the same industry. That meant introducing themselves to prospective applicants for the first time –- and showing them how they could fit into a “healthy career.”
Hager Sharp needed an intranet to connect their workers as the pandemic continued to disrupt and business continued to grow. Their platform adds unmistakable value to employees’ day, earning honors in PR Daily’s Social Media and Digital Awards.
The New York university harnessed its slate of alumni from a range of fields to create innovative content for Instagram Stories. The campaign earned a top spot in PR Daily’s Social Media and Digital Awards for Interactive Content.
Dittoe shone in 2021 with campaigns like Not Another Second, a LGBT effort with more than 160 media placements. The boutique agency grew annual revenue by 19% in 2021, adding 28 new clients despite the hardships of the pandemic, earning a nod as a Boutique Agency of the Year in PR Daily’s Top Agencies Awards.
Amendola Communications expanded both its workforce and its client list during the pandemic, moving beyond its traditional focus in the U.S. and internationally. It’s a Small Agency of the Year in PR Daily’s Top Agencies Awards.
It’s about people. Innovative work with content creators and influencers parallels 160/90’s internal retention and employee support and earned them recognition as a Midsize Agency of the Year in PR Daily’s Top Agencies Awards.
GLAAD’s ‘Together in Pride: You Are Not Alone’ digital event drew half a million viewers during the pandemic with the help of celebs like Barbara Streisand and Rosie O’Donnell, winning in the “Events: Virtual Event” category of Ragan’s 2021 Media Relations Awards.
Sony’s three-stage campaign reached out to media members and influencers to generate coverage and sales, resulting in a win in the “Media Relations Strategy: Use of a Celebrity or Personality” category of Ragan’s 2021 Media Relations Awards.