Hot news from San Francisco, where the PRGN Awards gala was held. We won as many as 5 statuettes - 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze. Such a result placed OneMulti in second place in terms of gold awards won among the dozens of companies from around the world that took part in this year's competition. The awards went to activities for clients such as DB Schenker, Volkswagen and Michael Page.

More statuettes for the collection

154 communication projects were submitted to this year's PRGN competition. The jury appreciated the three campaigns we implemented, as a result of which we received as many as 5 awards. The project "4000 tons of responsibility", which we prepared for DB Schenker, took first place in the Media Relations and Corporate Communication category and second place in the B2B Communication category. The "Winter with Electric Car" campaign, the result of our cooperation with Volkswagen, can boast about a gold statuette in the B2C Communication - Product category. In turn, the "Talent Trends 2023" project, which we implemented for Michael Page, was awarded a bronze statuette in the Corporate Communication category.

„I am extremely proud of the OneMulti team. The five statues we have won are a testament to our hard work, commitment, professionalism and creativity. I would like to thank our customers for their trust and our employees for their continued efforts and passion. We are ready for more challenges and successes”, says Mariusz Pleban, CEO of OneMulti.

PRGN is a network of more than 50 public relations agencies from around the world. The organization holds an annual PRGN Awards competition to reward the communication activities of its members. We became part of PRGN in 2007. You can read more about PRGN here. Since then, we have already won dozens of awards in the aforementioned contest.

Our winning projects

„As a partner of the Global ESG Monitor program, we are always eager to implement projects related to sustainability. This value is the common denominator of all winning campaigns. "Winter with an Electric Car" promotes electromobility, "Talent Trends 2023" puts employees, their attitudes and post-pandemic motivations in the spotlight, and "4,000 Tons of Great Responsibility" engages local communities. Therefore, we are extremely pleased that these are the projects that were awarded in the competition", adds Barbara Pleban, vice president of OneMulti.

The "4000 Tons of Responsibility" campaign provided communications support for a major logistical challenge - the transportation of a large-scale tunnel boring machine (TBM). It came to Poland from Noblejas, Spain, to dig the first tunnel in the Podkarpackie region, which is about 2.2 kilometers long. In the strategy we developed, we focused, among other things, on positive messages and the involvement of local communities, creating a roadshow of sorts.

While preparing to implement the "Winter with Electric Car" project for Volkswagen, we noticed that the media was dominated by a narrative about the poor performance of electric cars in winter. We know that the reality is quite different, and we wanted to convince the public of this. To this end, we invited journalists to the Bieszczady Mountains. Representatives of the automotive media had the opportunity to listen to a lecture by Volkswagen experts on the efficient use of electric vehicles in low temperatures, and to implement the learned tips during a test drive on snow-covered trails.

"Talent Trends 2023" is a survey conducted by PageGroup from Q4 2022 to Q1 2023 in 37 different markets around the world, analyzing the opinions of 70,000 respondents. Its results indicated changes in the attitudes and motivations of candidates applying for jobs after a pandemic. Three separate documents were published - global, European and Polish. Our task was to communicate the report and disseminate it in the media.