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New year, new categories, new opportunities

May 27, 2021 | Doltone House - Darling Island Wharf, Sydney

During the challenges of 2020, the PR and communications industry held an extremely important role. Establishing a solid line of communications with consumers and stakeholders became key to an increasingly complex year. That work deserves recognition. As society becomes more used to the challenges of living with COVID-19, it has provided us with the opportunity to reflect on the achievements of the people and businesses in the PR and communications industry with the 2021 Mumbrella CommsCon Awards. If your agency or in-house team has individuals or work that deserve wider recognition, make sure you enter them this year.

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New year, new categories, new opportunities

May 27, 2021 | Doltone House - Darling Island Wharf, Sydney

During the challenges of 2020, the PR and communications industry held an extremely important role. Establishing a solid line of communications with consumers and stakeholders became key to an increasingly complex year. That work deserves recognition. As society becomes more used to the challenges of living with COVID-19, it has provided us with the opportunity to reflect on the achievements of the people and businesses in the PR and communications industry with the 2021 Mumbrella CommsCon Awards. If you're agency of in-house team has individuals or work that deserve wider recognition, make sure you enter them this year.

2021 Award Categories

CAMPAIGN CATEGORIES

Best Social Media or Digitally-led Campaign
Best B2C Campaign
Best B2B Campaign
Best Campaign with a Small Budget
Best Use of Owned Media
PR-led Content Creation
Best Internal Communications or Change Management
Launch or Relaunch Campaign of the Year
Best Government Relations Campaign
Best Government Sponsored Campaign
Best Use of Technology in a Campaign
Best PR-led Brand Partnership Campaign
Corporate Social Responsibility
Pro Bono Campaign of the Year
Best Influencer Strategy
Best Use of Research And Insights

PEOPLE CATEGORIES

Best New PR Talent of the Year
PR Professional of the Year
PR Leader of the Year

BUSINESS CATEGORIES

Best COVID-19 Response
Best PR Employer
Best PR Team of the Year - In-house
PR Agency of the Year - Boutique/Small
PR Agency of the Year - Midsize
PR Agency of the Year - Large

The final entry deadline has closed.

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THE 2021 AWARDS WINNERS

The 2021 MC

Mark Humphries

Resident satirist, ABC’s 7.30

Best known for his viral political sketches, Mark Humphries is the resident satirist on ABC’s 7.30. On Network Ten, he was the host of the quiz show Pointless, and also made appearances on Show Me The Movie, Hughesy We Have a Problem. He presented a weekly comedy segment on ABC News’ The World in 2018, and has been a regular guest on ABC’s Insiders since 2016.

Mark cut his teeth as a presenter on ABC2’s nightly comedy show The Roast (2012-14), presenting a rapid-fire headlines segment which was ultimately picked up by The Guardian in 2015. He joined SBS Viceland’s The Feed later that year where he began his trademark political sketch work.

On radio, Mark guest-hosted The List and TV Club on ABC Radio National in 2016, and co-hosted Radio Chaser for the Triple M Network in 2017. He co-created and starred in the Audible Original series Riot Act, which was released in late 2019.

He co-authored the satirical book, The Chaser’s Australia: the 100% error-free guide to Austria. He has also contributed to The Chaser Quarterly and has toured nationally with The Chaser’s War On… live shows since 2017.

Follow him on Twitter @markhumphries, Instagram @humphriesmark and Facebook www.facebook.com/markhumphriescomedy

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