2021 CPRS Vancouver PRestige Awards

Thank you for your interest in the CPRS Vancouver PRestige Awards program. The 2021 competition is now closed. Check back soon for more information on the 2022 program.

Who Can Enter?

All CPRS Vancouver members and associates, as well non-members in the Greater Vancouver and surrounding area, are eligible for the PRestige Awards. Each campaign or project submitted must be planned, produced and completed within a period of two years prior to the entry deadline. The entrant must have executed or directly managed the project submitted.
In the inaugural year, one prize will be awarded in each of the three categories.


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Entry Fees

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Entry Categories

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The following is information from the 2021 PRestige Awards:

For the inaugural year, one top prize will be awarded in each category. Any project, including regular communications or those focussed on COVID-19, may be submitted for consideration. The three initial categories are:
Best Digital Communications Campaign
Recognizes exemplary digital campaigns that successfully engage with target audiences to create engaged communities, launch/raise awareness of products, or manage issues and/or crisis.
Best Issues/Crisis Communications
Communications programs submitted to this category should demonstrate proactive planning and effective strategies to predict and manage trends and issues, and mitigate the harmful impact of emergency situations on an organization’s ongoing operation. This award recognizes effective crisis and/or issues management work through the use of strategic public relations.
Best Employee Engagement or Internal Communications Campaign
This category celebrates programs focused on internal audiences. The winner will have improved relationships between employees and management or its clients, by providing a better understanding of the organization’s strategic plan and/or the importance of their role within the organization. Projects may also be focused on human resources-related objectives or benefit communications.