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JSP wins West Africa creative PR agency Award

By Editor   |   08 August 2017   |   2:43 am

Dr. Phil Osagie


A leading Nigerian Public Relations agency, JSP Communications, has been named the most creative PR agency in West Africa. It received the Outstanding PR Agency Award in the platinum category by the West Africa Innovation Awards Company for its depth and consistency.

The Awards ceremony, which took place in Abuja, followed an in-depth examination of public relations agencies in the West African sub-region based on specific criteria based on international benchmark.

Project Head of the West Africa Innovation Award, Adeniyi Olusola, said the initiative resulted from the need to identify and uplift PR agencies and service providers in West Africa, who think strategically, execute diligently and add a touch of intellectuality to their service offering.

“This award was borne out of the need to recognise and highlight agencies that have not only made an impact in their industry sectors but have also demonstrated a clear commitment to the spirit of innovation, creativity and holistic client satisfaction in West Africa as models.

“We recognize JSP Communications in this direction and lift them up as models in the provision of trusted, consistent and innovative public relations services in Nigeria and West Africa. We challenge JSP and the award winners to constantly raise the bar, be exemplary and remain committed to the spirit of excellence, creativity and integrity,” Olusola added.

Management of JSP PR Company represented by its Executive Director, Ronke Adebule and Head of Media Strategy, Funmi Erikitola, attributed the award to the team spirit at JSP and its strong value system.

Adebule said: “We feel highly honoured but humble by this award. We realise that staying at the top can be much tougher than getting there. At JSP, we shall continue to make every effort to work as a team in our relentless desire to constantly exceed our client’s expectations.”

Global Adviser to JSP Communications, Phil Osagie, said: “In the new world order, the brain is the factory of the future. To remain a leader and a strong influencer, JSP must benchmark itself against global best PR practice and strive to constantly redefine the PR playing field in Nigeria and West Africa.”




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