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Entry Deadline: Thursday 10 December

PR360 Global
Dear ,

PR360 is back for another year and returning to London in 2016. The PRWeek Awards are very special because they honour what makes PR the most powerful tool in a marketer or company's arsenal. Growing brands and building trust across borders and cultures is complex and fraught with risk. Only PR has the capacity to build bridges in a way that secures a sustainable future for products, services and organisations on a global scale.




Your work does not have to be "global" or big budget to be considered - it merely needs to cross borders between at least two countries. This work can be done for a global corporation, or a start-up, a non-profit, or government entity.

PRWeek is proud to celebrate your outstanding work, and continue to advocate for the very highest standards in the industry. Be part of its future. 

Categories include: 

**NEW** Creative Idea Consumer Launch Corporate Branding
**NEW** Impact Employee Communications Global Partnership
**NEW** Event Activation Healthcare > Issues and Crisis
**NEW** Global Communicator Product Brand Development > Public Sector

The deadline for entries is December 10, 2015 and full entry details can be found at pr360.net.  

The Global Awards will be run alongside the PR360 festival in April 2016 which will focus on subjects including social and digital, reputation, corporate or internal communications. For more information visit pr360.net.

I look forward to seeing your submissions and to honouring our winners at our dinner during the PR360 Global PR Festival in April 2016 in London. Please let me know if you have any questions.  

Steve Barrett
Editorial director, PRWeek Global

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