Eventiada IPRA Golden World Awards 2019 to reveal winners

Eventiada IPRA Golden World Awards, the largest communications award in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, will announce its winners tonight. Since 2011 the award, a regional partner of IPRA GWA, celebrates best campaigns implemented by global brands and leading local corporations and organizations in Eastern European, Central Asian and CIS countries. IPRA Golden World Awards (GWA) was established in 1990 by the International Public Relations Association (IPRA), one of the oldest industry associations, that has been setting up standards for public relations since 1955.
This year Eventiada IPRA GWA international jury reviewed entries from 13 countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Ukraine, Croatia and Estonia.

Svetlana Stavreva, IPRA president, Eventiada IPRA GWA jury chairwoman:

“In our modern communications era with more writers than readers, PR and media experts are being challenged by brands, enterprises and audiences and are working hard to redefine their role within the board room and across companies. They are increasingly using intelligent data- and AI-based PR programs, setting new standards for meaningful communications that help them tell better stories and improve effectiveness and efficiency of their PR performance. This made our job as a jury very hard indeed, but we are very proud with the results and our winners”.

Alexey Safronov, Eventiada IPRA GWA president, Orta Communications CEO::

“We are very proud that there are traditionally a lot of entries from Russia, CIS, countries of East Europe and Central Asia, and during the Gala ceremony, we have the opportunity to share the experience, to keep up with trends and greet the jury and participants from more than 16 countries. The award unites markets and regions and becomes the platform for sharing knowledge, expertise and new technologies. We are so happy to be erasing boundaries”.

Eventiada IPRA Golden World Awards is organized by Orta Communications, the International Public Relations Association (IPRA), Association of Managers, Lomonosov Moscow State University and Russian State Social University.

It is supported by Ministry of Health of Russian Federation, “Rossiya Segodnya” news agency, publishing house Komsomolskaya Pravda and, Armenian PR Association (APRA), Azerbaijan Public Relations Association (APRA), Baku School of Public Relations, Belarus Association of communication consultants companies, Bulgarian Association of PR Agencies (BAPRA), the Croatian Association for Public Relations (HUOJ), Estonian Public Relations Association (EPRA), the Finnish Association of Marketing, Technology and Creativity (MTL), Hungarian PR Association (MPRS), Latvijas Asociācija sabiedrisko attiecību profesionāļiem (LASAP), Polish Public Relations Association (PSPR), Romanian Public Relationa Association (ARRP), Russian Association of Communication Directors and Corporate Publishing (AKMR), the Russian Communications Consultancies Association (AKOS) and Russian Association for Public Relations (RASO).