APEX Collects Nine CPRS Toronto ACE AwardsMay 01, 2013
If there’s one thing that gets us going here at APEX, it’s the opportunity to create award-winning programs for our clients. April kicks off PR industry awards season and the APEX crew collected some serious hardware at the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) Toronto ACE Awards.
We would like to thank our clients for the opportunity to work on these amazing campaigns and congratulate all the APEXers that were involved executing these award-winning campaigns.
- John Frieda Precision Foam Colour - Best Use of Media Relations (Over $50,000)
- Summer Beauty with John Frieda & Jergens - Best Use of Media Relations (Under $50,000)
- Jergens YWCA Facility gets a Makeover - Best Use of Special Events
- Nestlé Assorted Paints the Town Red - Best Use of Media Relations (Under $50,000)
- Walmart Canada Mom of the Year Award - Best Use of Media Relations (Over $50,000)
- Nike+ FuelBand Launch Measuring Movement to Make Life a Sport - New Product or Service Launch Campaign of the Year
- George Brown College Waterfront Campus - Best Use of Media Relations (Over $50,000)
- Bioré welcomes you (back) to your 20s - New Product or Service Launch Campaign of the Year
- Nike Canada Sustainable Olympic Track Uniforms - Best Use of Media Relations (Under $50,000)
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APEX wins back RSA AccountMar 26, 2013
Apex Public Relations has been named agency of record for insurance company Royal Sun Alliance (RSA).
RSA Canada hires APEX PRMar 24, 2013
Toronto-based insurance company RSA Canada has retained Apex Public Relations, also based in Toronto, as its PR agency of record.
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SVP Ken Evans shares his top five tips on how to improve your personal charisma and become a better public speaker. It's not an innate skill, it just takes hard work and practice, practice, practice!