Coebergh Communicatie & PR has a chance to win no less than four SABER Awards this year.

Coebergh Communicatie & PR has a chance to win no less than four SABER Awards this year:

The Sabre Awards

PAMPUS: the island of Amsterdam, where history and future come together. With an extensive PR campaign, Fort Island Pampus communicated its inspiring sustainability ambitions and the major steps that have since been taken. The campaign has a chance to win an award in the Benelux category and was previously nominated for the Amsterdam Communication Prize.

POSTILLION HOTELS: first one and a half meter conference in the Netherlands. The top of Postillion Hotels regularly responds in the press – proactively and reactively – to pandemic developments and their impact on the hospitality sector. She is assisted in this by the Coebergh team. This project has been nominated in the Corporate Media Relations category with the case ‘Dealing with COVID-19’.

KFC: everyone is welcome, after all you don’t eat a bucket alone
The Coebergh team supports KFC’s ‘United by the Bucket’ campaign with targeted PR and sharing special stories that reflect KFC’s DNA. With this campaign, the fast food chain shows that everyone – regardless of someone’s background – is welcome as a guest and as an employee. This resulted in a nomination in the Multicultural Marketing category.

RITUALS: House of Rituals
Last October, Rituals Cosmetics opened the doors of a holistic shopping and lifestyle concept in Amsterdam: House of Rituals. This largest Rituals flagship store in the world immerses visitors in a unique brand experience with exclusive collections and – from this month – a Body & Mind Spa. Team Coebergh ensured a very effective PR campaign and received a nomination in the Retailers category for it.

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