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For 35 years, we’ve been sparking conversations, raising awareness and building impactful campaigns on behalf of our clients and partners. We’re grateful to have clients who trust us fully, allowing us to tap into the collective intelligence of our agency to deliver remarkable campaigns. We love what we do, and to have this work recognized by PR and marketing communications professionals around the world is a great honour.

Media Profile is a proud member  of The Public Relations Global Network (PRGN), a global network of independent, local, owner-operated public relations and marketing communications firms. Each year, the organization hosts the PRGN Awards recognizing the best PR and marketing communications practices across a number of categories. The submissions are reviewed and judged by top industry professionals at PRGN member firms.

This year, we submitted a selection of case studies and are the proud recipients of five awards across diverse categories, making Media Profile the second most decorated firm in the 50-network member organization.

Media Profile was awarded two golds this year, one in the “B2B Communications” category for the launch of the Hays Annual Hiring Trends and Salary Guide and one for “Content Marketing and SEO” for the news literacy campaign for the Canadian Journalism Foundation.

Other wins include silver in the “Product Launch” category for the launch of APTN’s acclaimed drama series Tribal, and two bronze awards: one in the “Integrated Campaigns” category for our work on Ancestry’s International Women’s Day campaign and one in the “Community Relations” category for our work with Mobilinx, a construction consortium building a light rapid transit project in the GTA.

In this year’s competition, PRGN member agencies submitted a record number of 199 entries on client work, agency promotion and campaigns in 22 categories. 

Thank you to our clients for trusting and inspiring us to execute these award-winning campaigns.

David Wills
Senior Vice President

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