M3 Communications Group Scores 2 Awards at BAPRA Bright Awards 2014
M3 Communications Group, Inc has won two awards of the Bulgarian Association of Public Relations Agencies (BAPRA).
M3 Communications Group, Inc won third places in the key categories of "Agency of the Year" and "Communication Campaign in the Public Sector" with the project "Shumen – Live city."
"I would like to thank my colleagues and all customers who contributed to the success of M3 Communications in 2013. I am happy that we proved our professionalism and skills for successfully implementing projects in a range of sectors once again. We continue to work hard because we have a year of even greater expectations and challenges ahead of us, the year when M3 Communications turns 20, "said Maxim Behar, CEO of M3 Communications Group, Inc.
M3 Communications won an award in the category Agency of the Year for its rich portfolio of services and the innovative approach towards creating concepts and implementing different campaigns. In 2013, the company demonstrated a successful business strategy for the development of its customer portfolio and it registered an increase in revenues.
The campaign "Shumen – Live City" organized in support of the city's bid for a European capital of culture.
The campaign changed the outlook of the northeastern Bulgarian city and contributed to the attempts to establish Shumen and the Shumen province as a hub of spirituality and knowledge by involving the wider community into the local cultural policy.
A total of 86 campaigns of 20 agencies and 6 companies and organizations took part in the fifth edition of BAPRA Bright Awards.
The bids were evaluated by an international jury of 20 members chaired by David Gallagher, President of the International Communications Consultancies Organisation (ICCO).
In April 2014, M3 Communications Group, Inc, excelled as the only finalist in the SABRE Awards for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) in the category of "Retailers" with the campaign of BILLA Bulgaria.
In December 2013, Maxim Behar was elected ICCO Vice President.
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