Red Media Africa has emerged winner in the ‘Young PR Agency of the Year’ category of the Marketing Edge Brands and Advertising Awards & Annual Summit which took place on Friday, 17 June at the Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The leading Public Relations and Communication agency, a member of the RED group, was recognised for its sterling achievements in the Integrated Marketing Communication sector.
“We are happy to be recognised by Marketing Edge for this honour. It goes a long way to validate the work we’ve put in through the years – inspiring and empowering a digitally connected generation of Africans using the media as a tool,” said Sola Obagbemi, who is Senior Manager, Communication at RED. “We dedicate it to the young and innovative people who work in RED, and many more people out there who continue to believe that it can be done.”
Red Media Africa is the PR and Empowerment Marketing division of RED, the parent brand which owns the continent’s largest portfolio of youth media brands. With footprints in several countries across Africa including Ghana, Kenya and South Africa – and work for global brands including Facebook, the British Council, NB Plc amongst others – Red Media Africa is the go-to company to reach the largest number of Africa’s youth at any time.
About Red Media Africa
Red Media Africa (www.redmediaafrica.com) is the PR & Empowerment Marketing division under the parent brand, RED.
It focuses on using inspiration, empowerment and action to help brands and organisations connect with their audiences, enhance their bottom-lines and lead in their industries.
It has 6 major practice areas: Corporate Practice, Technology Practice, SME practice, Governance Practice, Faith Practice and the International Practice – with work for brands across Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and South Africa.
RED owns the continent’s largest portfolio of youth media brands. Its Content Division holds brands across TV, radio, online and events including Y! Magazine, YNaija.com, Rubbin’ Minds, #YTech100 and the The RED Summit.
It also anchors a development firm, The Future Project, which projects include Africa’s leading youth platform, The Future Awards Africa, HowCanIGetInvolved.com and Aiki.ng, which is run in conjunction with Microsoft