Brazilian PR agencies dominate 2022 Davos Communications Awards


Brazil is fast becoming the new powerhouse in the global PR industry

DAVOS, Switzerland, July 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Davos Communications Awards 2022, launched by the World Communications Forum Association, saw a dominant number of Brazilian PR agencies deliver top performances in the global communications business. A total of 64 outstanding projects from 14 countries were considered in 20 categories. Entries were received from Armenia, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Ghana, Italy, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States.

2022 Winners – Davos Communications Awards

Special Award was also presented to the United PR Association of Ukraine (UPRA) by the WCFA Executive Committee in recognition of its mission to bring Ukrainian PR and communications professionals together to defeat today’s ocean of disinformation and propaganda. The Association was established in response to Russia’s attack of Ukraine and is now comprising of over 180 members.

The winners were announced by the World Communications Forum Association (WCFA) at a special virtual Awarding Ceremony on Zoom. Over 100 high-profile professionals from all over the world joined the event to celebrate the achievements of this year’s top communications leaders.

Here are the ones who stood out the most at their respective positions, earning the Davos Trophy at the Davos Communications Awards 2022:

Best Public Relations Campaign
Gold Winner: Latam Intersect PR (Brazil)

Best Digital or Social Media Campaign
Gold Winner: MAINSTREAM (Ukraine)

Best Corporate Affairs
Gold Winner: Sherlock Communications (Brazil)

Excellence in Communications Response to Covid-19
Gold Winner: R&A Strategic Communications (South Africa)

Best CSR or ESG
Gold Winner: Sherlock Communications (Brazil)

Best Marketing Communications Campaign
Gold Winner: Sherlock Communications (Brazil)

Best Engage for Change Campaign
Gold Winner: DILUCIDAR (Singapore)

PR Consultancy of the Year
Gold Winner: Latam Intersect PR (Brazil)

Best Content Marketing Campaign
Gold Winner: Sherlock Communications (Brazil)

Digital Agency of the Year
Gold Winner: Good Kids (Canada)

Best Global Communications Campaign
Gold Winner: Sherlock Communications (Brazil)

Marketing Agency of the Year
Gold Winner: Switching-Time (China)

Best Inclusive Marketing Campaign
Gold Winner: Sherlock Communications (Brazil)

Best Leader in Public Relations and Communications
Gold Winner: Roger Darashah (Brazil)

Best Crisis Communications Leader
Gold Winner: Sergii Bidenko (Ukraine)

Best Woman in Public Relations
Gold Winner: Sedge Beswick (United Kingdom)

Rising Star
Gold Winner: Patricia Zylberman (Brazil)

In-house Team of the Year
Gold Winner: WePlay Esports Media, INC. (United States)

Special Event
Gold Winner: Sherlock Communications (Brazil)

Best Use of Brand
Gold Winner: Sherlock Communications (Brazil)

You can also check the silver and bronze award winners www.davosawards.com

The ceremony kicked off with a keynote presentation from the WCFA President Maxim Behar and the Jury Chair Amanda Colemanwho revealed the shortlisted participants and the winners of 20 categories. The creative efforts of PR experts and professional teams all over the world were evaluated by 16 expert judges – PR practitioners and senior industry leaders from Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, North America and Latin America.

Partners of the Awards were PR Newswire – a part of Cision Group Ltd. and O’Dwyer’s Public Relations News.

The President Maxim Behar also announced the Association’s upcoming projects – the Asia Communications Summit 2022 in July and the new monthly WCFA PR Master Classes and Webinarswhich will be announced soon on www.wcfaglobal.com

For more information, visit www.davosawards.com or contact Maxim BeharWCFA President, at mainoffice@wcfaglobal.com or +359 888 50 31 13.

About Davos Communications Awards:

The Davos Communications Awards, launched by the World Communications Forum Association in 2021, are global prestigious awards that recognize exceptional professional work done by businesses, governments and academia in public relations, marketing, branding, social media, CSR and leadership. Entries are open to agencies, in-house teams and individuals from any sector to help celebrate and showcase professional excellence in the industry. Winning a Davos Communications Award is an opportunity for professionals and businesses to pitch themselves as the best, to stand out from the competition, increase their credibility, and motivate their teams.

About World Communications Forum Association:

The World Communications Forum was founded in 2010 in Davos, Switzerland, where the Association was registered in 2014. The WCFA is an organization committed to active global discussions and exchanges focused on the development of communications expertise of its members and be an active voice in its key role in business, society and politics. Every year the forum gathers prominent representatives of the communication and public relations sector from around the world, who, through dialogue and discussion, exchange experiences and ideas to shape the art of global communications. In 2021, the WCFA organized its ‘Global Communications Summit’ on Zoom, bringing together more than 450 top communications experts globally.

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2022 Winners - Davos Communications Awards

2022 Winners – Davos Communications Awards

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