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Active PR scores another industry award

September 30, 2009

Proud of its success, Active Public Relations & Marketing Communications Consultancy FZ LLC (Active PR) is delighted to announce that it has won CNBC Best PR Company, Dubai, award for the second consecutive year. Winners will be invited to attend a high profile gala dinner at the Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai on October 25 where they will be presented with their awards.

ActivePR CNBC award 2009

Commenting on the award, Louay Al-Samarrai, Managing Partner, Active Public Relations said, “We are delighted with receiving this prestigious award from CNBC for the second consecutive year. The team at Active are overjoyed and proud of this achievement. Winning this award has further endorsed that our philosophy of pushing the envelope and working hard at delivering on creative and best practice Public Relations that achieves the desired results.”

Active PR consultants have a strong track record in the real estate sector based not only a shared philosophy of pro-activity, processes and exceeding Client objectives but also due to an extensive knowledge of the industry sector and its unique characteristics. Active PR prides itself in having delivered on added value campaigns to its real estate and developer Clients. These have been recognized by third parties, including winning the 5 star national and international CNBC Property awards last year.

Later this year, top scoring winners from the Arabian Property Awards will compete against other winning companies from Europe & Africa, the UK, the Americas and Asia Pacific to find the ultimate World’s Best in each category.

Entries were judged by a panel of professionals whose collective knowledge of the property industry is second to none and unsurpassed by any other property awards. This year’s judges include Eric Pickles, chairman of the Conservative Party, Ben Wood, industry head property markets of Google UK; Peter Bolton King, group chief executive of the National Federation of Property Professionals; Imtiaz Farookhi, chief executive of the National House Building Council; Christopher Hall, president elect of FIABCI; Wilhelm Harnish, Master Builders of Australia (MBA); Thijs Stoffer, International Consortium of Real Estate Agents Association (ICREA); Helen Shield, editor-in-chief of International Homes magazine and Gillian Farr, head of design of Laura Ashley Home.

















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