• European Excellence Awards 2014

    European Excellence Awards 2014

    The jury of the international competition European Excellence Awards once again appreciated the work of Partner of Promotion. Projects implemented by the agency have been shortlisted among 1,600 submitted applications. The jury awarded two public campaigns: "50+ on the work market" implemented for the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy and Human Resources Development Centre (category "Government & Agencies") and "Project Test: Generation Minus" conducted jointly by the Social AIDS Committee and PofP agency (categories: "Poland, Russia, Ukraine," and "Health").

  • Luxury Brand of the Year 2014

    Luxury Brand of the Year 2014

    Partner of Promotion agency won the statuette and the title of the Luxury Brand of 2014.

    The most exclusive services and products available on the Polish market were awarded in 5th edition of the Luxury Brand of 2014 competition. So far, Partner of Promotion is the only PR agency in Poland distinguished in this competition and the agency has received the Luxury Brand of 2014 title for the second time. The Luxury Brand of 2014 ceremony took place on 26 of October in Warsaw Plaza Hotel.

  • Stevie Awards 2014

    Stevie Awards 2014

    The project “Spartans for Children”, which is carried out by Partner of Promotion Agency on pro bono principles, has received Bronze Stevie Award in the category of “The Best charitable or nonprofit event”. The aim of the project was to reach the running society and to implement the noble idea of running and to help the people in need. Properly planned activities and appropriately selected tools resulted in awakening greater awareness and highlighted the problem of disabled people and their families in Poland.

  • IPRA 2014

    IPRA 2014

    The campaign "Spartans for Children" (a charity run) won in the category: "Low budget campaign" in IPRA Golden World Awards competition. The project was realized pro bono by Partner of Promotion Agency. The aim of the project was to draw public attention to the problem of disabled children and their families.