2020 will be a year to remember... for reasons none of us would have expected. The PRWeek Awards 2021 are now open for entry - and now, more than ever, is the time to shine a light on your best work. Many of you have been consumed by crisis comms or pivoting our services to a new virtual landscape. Or perhaps you’ve had to find a new voice both inside and outside your organization. Whatever your challenge has been, we want to hear how you rose to the occasion.
THE PRWEEK AWARDS 2020 was a night to remember!
PRWeek Awards 2020 presents "Your World, Your Canvas," a celebration of the limitless possibilities to where your voice and creativity can lead you. We are awarding campaigns that not only bring praise to the companies they serve but to also help shed light on the issues that matter. These campaigns are inclusive, provocative, sometimes controversial but always inspiring — they bring us together in a way other things can't. They are visual, viral, visceral and aim at getting to the core of issues that may be thought about but are rarely addressed in a public forum.
DIDN'T ATTEND? You can still buy a ticket to get access to the on-demand link to view the awards ceremony. With your login you are able to access the event for 12 months. Take advantage of great content: the finalist case study videos, judges videos, the awards presentation, Steve Barrett's conversation with Michael Phelps and our juror post-show wrap up webcast.
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NOMINATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR 2021!
Submit a nomination for the PRWeek Awards 2021 by our early deadline September 1, 2020 to receive early-bird entry rates.
A NIGHT FILLED WITH...
MEET THE 2020 CHAIR OF JUDGES
BRIAN GRACE, CCO, NATIONWIDE
Brian Grace joins Nationwide from Progressive Insurance where he served in a similar capacity. Before joining Progressive’s Marketing team, Brian led strategic communications at Target. Prior to that, he was a communications manager at NASA and Pentagon contractor, ATK. Earlier in his career, Brian honed his storytelling and relationship-building skills while working as a news reporter and anchor in his hometown of Minneapolis at the Minnesota News Network.