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ANVIL 2019: PAGE ONE Wins Grand Slam in 54th Anvil Awards, Clinches 3rd agency of the Year, Grand Anvil and Platinum Awards
adobo magazine, February 12, 2019 | 4:47pm

MANILA, PHILIPPINESPAGEONE won the coveted Agency of The Year (AOY) award during the 54th Anvil Awards of the Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP). This is the third consecutive AOY win for this four-year-old agency.

The Anvil Awards is the most prestigious award-giving body in public relations. It is considered the “Oscars” of the PR industry in the Philippines. This year’s event was held at the Marriot Hotel Manila in Pasay City on January 30, 2019.

PAGEONE and its clients clinched a total of 27 Anvils during the Gabi ng Parangal attended by more than 1,000 PR practitioners. The agency also won the Grand Anvil Award for its client STI–Education Services Group and the Platinum Award for its client Energy Development Corporation (EDC).

Since its founding in 2015, PAGEONE has already won for its clients three Grand Anvil Awards, Platinum Awards and more than 100 metals in marketing communications award-giving bodies in the Philippines, Singapore, Japan and Canada.

“Our ‘three-peat’ achievement is extremely gratifying to us but it is only made possible by the invaluable trust our clients have placed in our skills, capabilities and talents through the years,” stated PAGEONE president Vonj Tingson. “We look forward to more collaborations and coming up with more innovative and disruptive communication strategies and initiatives that will contribute to moving the Philippine communications and advertising industries forward.”

PAGEONE is the digital-oriented agency of the PAGEONE Group, which also houses an international integrated marketing communication agency and a professional development firm. PAGEONE is behind some of the most popular digital platforms PageOne.ph, Woman.ph, Him.ph, Journey.ph, Politico.ph, TheLuzonDaily.com, The VisayasJournal.com, and TheMindanaoLife.com

ANVIL 2019: PAGE ONE Wins Grand Slam in 54th Anvil Awards, Clinches 3rd agency of the Year, Grand Anvil and Platinum Awards

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MANILA, PHILIPPINESPAGEONE won the coveted Agency of The Year (AOY) award during the 54th Anvil Awards of the Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP). This is the third consecutive AOY win for this four-year-old agency.

The Anvil Awards is the most prestigious award-giving body in public relations. It is considered the “Oscars” of the PR industry in the Philippines. This year’s event was held at the Marriot Hotel Manila in Pasay City on January 30, 2019.

PAGEONE and its clients clinched a total of 27 Anvils during the Gabi ng Parangal attended by more than 1,000 PR practitioners. The agency also won the Grand Anvil Award for its client STI–Education Services Group and the Platinum Award for its client Energy Development Corporation (EDC).

Since its founding in 2015, PAGEONE has already won for its clients three Grand Anvil Awards, Platinum Awards and more than 100 metals in marketing communications award-giving bodies in the Philippines, Singapore, Japan and Canada.

“Our ‘three-peat’ achievement is extremely gratifying to us but it is only made possible by the invaluable trust our clients have placed in our skills, capabilities and talents through the years,” stated PAGEONE president Vonj Tingson. “We look forward to more collaborations and coming up with more innovative and disruptive communication strategies and initiatives that will contribute to moving the Philippine communications and advertising industries forward.”

PAGEONE is the digital-oriented agency of the PAGEONE Group, which also houses an international integrated marketing communication agency and a professional development firm. PAGEONE is behind some of the most popular digital platforms PageOne.ph, Woman.ph, Him.ph, Journey.ph, Politico.ph, TheLuzonDaily.com, The VisayasJournal.com, and TheMindanaoLife.com