The PRCA SEA is pleased to announce that Mira Febri Mellya MPRCA and Fuad Arrasyid MPRCA from Maverick Indonesia have won the Southeast Asia NextGen Creative Challenge.
The challenge was an opportunity for the industry to celebrate creativity, with two delegates from one company being selected as the winners of the regional challenge.
The other finalists were:
Andrea Goh and Jordon Simpson, Huntington Communications
Nicole Ang MPRCA and Tamana Mulchand MPRCA, Spurwing Communications
Rachel Chan and Chandini Rai, WE Communications
The Highly Commended team were awarded to Nicole and Tamana from Spurwing Communications.
Tara Munis MPRCA, General Manager, PRCA SEA said: “Congratulations to both Mira and Fuad for winning the NextGen Creative Challenge 2020. Their campaign was intelligent, thoughtful, but most of all creative. Both very worthy winners indeed. The entries received were extremely impressive, and all of the finalists should be proud of their achievements. I am proud to say that the future of the PR & Communications industry in Southeast Asia, is in safe hands. Finally, I would like to thank our expert panel of judges who dedicated their time to this process.”
The winners will be rewarded with:
• NextGen Global Creative trophy – presented at the PRCA SEA Awards in front of an audience
• The opportunity to present the winning entry at a PRCA SEA event
• 3 Complimentary PRCA virtual training courses
• 2 x coaching sessions with Executive & Career Development Coach, Nitya Rao Perera, Founder, Global Lumen HR
• The opportunity to compete with the regional winning teams and be crowned the global winner
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