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Positive Dialogue Communications wins 3 PRISM Awards

Updated: Sep 4, 2019

The Positive Dialogue Communications team has been acknowledged in three categories at the 22nd annual PRISM Awards, convened by the PR Institute of South Africa, held at The Capital on The Park in Sandton, Johannesburg last night.


The Awards are presented to public relations and communication professionals who have successfully incorporated strategy, creativity and professionalism in their public relations and communication campaigns.


Tracy Jones, MD of Positive Dialogue Communications, noted the quality of the entries, which demonstrated a high level of strategic thinking, integration as well as seamless execution.


“It is really gratifying for our work to be acknowledged amongst this high calibre of top-performing South African agencies. Our team is driven by strategic thinking, passionate about creative solutions-based thinking, and the delivery of meaningful results that move our clients businesses forward. To win an award in each of the three categories that we entered for three different campaigns reflects our value proposition of delivering consistent, award winning results.”


The awards saw over 20 campaign entries for each of the 18 judged categories. Three client campaigns were entered by Positive Dialogue Communications, and were awarded for each as follows:

  • Silver - ‘Best use of an event to build reputation’ for the Land Rover Explore More Challenge

  • Bronze - Sports Marketing category for their work on the SPUR Schools MTB League

  • Bronze - Consumer PR for an existing product, service or category for the #JiveTogether Taxi Tour.


The PRISM Awards are Africa’s most sought after public relations and communication awards and are judged by over 67 judges alongside 10 dynamic Prisms Young Judges. The awards are open to independent and network PR agencies, corporate communications departments, government departments and non-profit organisations.


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