At a time when communication is so critical as an organizational capability and leadership skill, there’s never been a better time to work in a communications consulting firm — nor have the standards of work in our industry ever been higher.
That’s why it is exciting for Argyle to be recognized as the Canadian Public Relations Society‘s Large Agency of the Year for 2022 – the second consecutive year our team has earned this special honour. This distinction comes just a few weeks after our firm earned Canadian Agency of the Year honours in the PRovoke Media SABRE Awards, one of the global public relations industry’s premier international award programs – also for the second time in three years.
Argyle also earned CPRS National Awards of Excellence in other categories, thanks to our work with major Canadian and global brands. These awards included Government Relations Campaign of the Year (with GE Hitachi), Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Campaign of the Year (with Crayola), and Marketing Communications Campaign of the Year (with Desjardins).
In another major international competition, Argyle earned five Gold Quill Awards from the International Association of Business Communicators: our work with Crayola earned awards in both the “social media” and “media relations” categories; our UPS campaign earned awards for “marketing, advertising and brand communication” and also in “web communication” category; and we also earned a “media relations” award for our work with Novo Nordisk.
While earning awards is great for morale, the main reason we enter these competitions is to assure ourselves and our clients that we are setting the highest standard in the world. Argyle’s success is a testament to the quality of our people, the purpose that drives us, and the impact of the work we do with our clients every day.
Thanks to our team for their belief, to our clients for their confidence, and to IABC, CPRS and PRovoke Media for celebrating high standards in our profession.
About the Author
Daniel Tischis the President and CEO of Argyle. He is one of North America’s best-known communicators, having worked at senior levels in government before embarking on a 25-year consulting career in which he has advised CEOs, boards, government leaders, and marketers for some of the world’s biggest brands. A former chair of the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management, Daniel also teaches regularly in MBA and executive education programs at the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.