Flow Communications Wins 21 trophies At The 2022 PRISM Awards

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Flow Communications Wins 21 trophies At The 2022 PRISM Awards
Tara Turkington, Caroline Smith, Allison MacDonald and Tiffany Turkington-Palmer, Flow Communications, receive the gold award for the travel and tourism public relations category, for client the Sci-Bono. Discovery Centre’s 4IR campaign

Flow Communications has been honoured as the Best Large PR Agency at the 2022 PRISM awards. The agency won 21 trophies and eight golds.

‘Best Large Agency of the Year! Wow, we are just thrilled. It is such an enormous accolade for all our staff, and an acknowledgement of their talent and hard work,’ said Flow CEO Tara Turkington. ‘Flow doesn’t do work to win awards, but we are lucky enough to have had our hard work and creativity rewarded through the PRISMs this year and in years gone by. We are so grateful to our incredible team and clients who trust us with their work.’

Earlier in 2022, Flow Communications received a Gold Presidential Award from the Public Relations Institute of South Africa for advancing the communications industry. Flow Communications won a PRISM award for every client whose work was entered.

‘Flow is privileged to work with a wide variety of clients in partnerships that, quite literally, change lives. Winning awards for some of this work is heart-warming recognition of the calibre of our dedicated and passionate staff,’ said Flow managing director Tiffany Turkington-Palmer.

Being honoured in the category South African Campaign of the Year (bronze) for Marine Protected Areas Day (MPA Day) was especially heart-warming for Flow, because the campaign promoted South Africa’s glorious marine heritage. What’s more, it reverberated across the world, with other countries joining in.

In this year’s PRISM Awards, Flow and its clients won:

The Desmond and Leah Tutu Foundation:
• Gold: Best use of an event to build/change reputation (event management): 11th Desmond Tutu International Peace Lecture.
• Gold: International campaign: Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu’s 90th birthday and the 11th Desmond Tutu International Peace Lecture.
• Gold: Crisis communications online: Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu’s 90th birthday and the 11th Desmond Tutu International Peace Lecture.
• Bronze: Crisis management: A90 – Archbishop Tutu – in memoriam.

Hollard:
• Gold: Corporate communication (business-to-business): Hollard Big Ads for Small Business.
• Silver: Gaming and virtual reality: Hollard Do It On Purpose campaign.
• Silver: Reputation and brand management: Hollard Big Ads for Small Business.
• Bronze: Corporate communication (business-to-consumer): Hollard Big Ads for Small Business.
• Bronze: Corporate citizenship: Hollard Big Ads for Small Business.
• Bronze: Internal stakeholder engagement and communication: Hollard Do It On Purpose campaign.

Marine Protected Areas (MPA) Day:
• Gold: Environmental campaign: Marine Protected Areas (MPA) Day.
• Silver: Best use of an event to build/change reputation (event management): Marine Protected Areas (MPA) Day.
• Silver: NGO/NPC campaign: Marine Protected Areas (MPA) Day.
• Silver: PR on a shoestring: Marine Protected Areas (MPA) Day.
• Bronze: South African campaign of the year: Marine Protected Areas (MPA) Day.

The Sci-Bono Discovery Centre:
• Gold: Travel and tourism public relations: The Sci-Bono Discovery Centre 4IR campaign.
• Bronze: Technology: The Sci-Bono Discovery Centre 4IR campaign.

Zenzele:
• Gold: NGO/NPC campaign: The Zenzele ARV Adherence Campaign.

Climate 360:
• Silver: Environmental campaign: Climate 360.
• Silver: Public sector: Climate 360.

The PRISM Awards, run by the Public Relations Institute of South Africa (PRISA), are judged by more than 60 industry experts. PRISM awards are conferred on entities that have successfully fused strategy with creativity and professionalism to achieve the best communications and business objectives in their public relations campaigns.

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