Red Agency amongst CommsCon winners

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Four seasons Hotel in Sydney recently witnessed a series of winners for local success’ in the communications, public relations and social media industries, at the fifth Annual CommsCon Awards presentation.

Amongst the winners were: Red Agency with Large PR Agency of the Year, History Will Be Kind with Midsize PR Agency of the Year, and Hunter Communications with Boutique or Small PR Agency of the Year.

Other winners included:

Ava Lawler - PR Leader of the Year
Samantha Gale - PR Professional of the Year- Agency
Peter O’Sullivan - PR Professional of the Year - Inhouse
Ghadeer El-Khub - Best PR Talent of the Year
Alycia Bryant- Social Media Community Manager of the Year
Andrew Morrey - Influencer of the Year
Leo Burnett Melbourne - Best Social Media or Digitally-led Campaign
Eleven - Best B2C Campaign
Campaign Lab - Best B2B Campaign
Red Agency - Best Campaign with a Small Budget
Brisbane City Council - Best Use of Owned Media
Harbour City Ferries - Best Internal Communications or Change Management
City of Canada Bay - Best Issues Management
Poem - Launch or Relaunch campaign of the Year
Tourism Australia - PR-led Event or Activation of the Year
Icon Agency - Best Government Relations Campaign
Sydney Water - Best Government Sponsored Campaign
Leo Burnett - Best Investor or Community Relations Campaign
Sydney Water - Corporate Social Responsibility
Red Agency, Havas Creative and Finch - Pro Bono Campaign of the Year
FleishmanHillard - Best influencer strategy 
Filtered Media - Best Use of Research/Insights
Klick Communications - Best PR Employer - Best PR Team of the Year - Inhouse