TPT International, a foremost Public Relations Agency in Nigeria last weekend, emerged the most Media Friendly Public Relations Agency of the Year at the 2016 Brand Journalists’ Association of Nigeria (BJAN) Awards held in Lagos
Brand Journalists’ Association of Nigeria (BJAN) is the umbrella body of practicing journalists covering Brands, Public Relations, and Marketing Communication beats in Nigeria. The award, according to Goddie Ofose, Chairman of BJAN, is aimed at rewarding excellence in the fields of Public Relations, advertising and marketing communication.
Ofose maintained that TPT deserved such honour because it is a Public Relations Agency of repute known for its outstanding media relations strategies and campaign executions. TPT beat four other agencies to the keenly contested award.
Last month, the agency also emerged as the PR Agency of the Year at the 10th Media Nite Out Award for its “consistent endeavor to re-define Public Relations practice through innovation and passion.”
The Chairman and Lead Strategist, TPT International, Adeokunbo Modupe commended the organizers of the awards and explained that the honours remained a confirmation of the agency’s watchword: “Challenging the Logic to achieve the magic”.
“Obviously, our edge in the industry is our creative solution to client briefs. We believe in innovation and professionalism. In today’s PR world, content is a major driver of perception and for us at TPT, we are not unmindful of this global trend which is actually what makes technologically driven platforms like the social media very effective in conversation orchestration.
“However, the combination of traditional media and technology-backed platforms helps to deliver a trado-social impact that we consistently deliver for our clients,” the highly respected PR professional concluded.
TPT started business in February 1998 and has since grown into the leading Public Relations solutions provider to top brands that spread across various sectors in Nigeria.
TPT has won the ‘PR company of the year’ award six times in the last ten years.