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Grayling is one of five agencies shortlisted for Global Public Affairs Agency of the Year 2021 by the SABRE Awards. The SABREs are the world’s largest communications awards program and among the most prestigious in the industry. The nomination follows Grayling’s win in the same category two years ago.
Richard Jukes, Global Chairman Grayling, said: “This nomination is another acknowledgement of the quality of our Public Affairs network, which continues to go from strength to strength. Covid has obviously posed challenges for everyone, but we have seen a growth in demand for high quality Public and Corporate Affairs support throughout the pandemic. We have also benefited this year from the launch of GPol, our proprietary political social media monitoring and digital advocacy service. GPol is helping us build smarter strategies, enhancing our advocacy capabilities and improving our ability to evaluate the impact of our work.”
This nomination is the latest in a string of awards acknowledgements for Grayling’s international Public Affairs offer. As well as winning both EMEA and Global Public Affairs Agency of the Year at the 2019 SABREs, the European network won Brexit-related Campaign of the Year and Public Affairs Agency of the Year at the Public Affairs Awards Europe in 2018 and 2016 respectively.
The winners of the 2021 SABREs will be announced at the PRovokeGlobal Summit on 27 October.