As 2015 comes to a close, we’re reflecting on the year. The team traveled around the country meeting influential school leaders, interacted with some of the brightest minds in ed tech and learned a thing or two from educators. There’s no doubt our work is very rewarding and now in the last month of 2015 we’re thrilled to share Bulldog Reporter, the leader in media intelligence supplying news, analysis and high-level training content to public relations professionals, recognized CB&A for our achievements in the field with a gold Stars of PR Award.
CB&A was one of 38 honorees acknowledged by the Bulldog Reporter Stars of PR Awards program for our contributions to the industry. This award recognizes agencies at the highest level and was judged by award-winning journalists. Judges evaluated nominees on a combination of four values: account retention, employee retention and relations, growth through new business, and achievements in the practice of public relations. The esteemed award not only highlights CB&A’s capabilities in the areas of media relations, social media and content marketing, but also clearly articulates how CB&A drives results for clients.
Providing everyone the chance to learn is at the heart of what we do at CB&A, and much of the award can be attributed to our dynamic team that is constantly pushing the creative boundaries and challenging the status quo. We’re constantly striving to tell the stories of the unheard, lead by the guiding principle of “Visibility Matters,” and dedicate ourselves to our education and special needs clients.
One of the many reasons why 2015 has been an exciting year is because we’ve gotten to do what’s important to us and make a difference. This award will sit among six Alchemy Awards, a Dane County Small Business Award and our President and Founder Charlene Blohm’s recognition as an EdTech Digest’s Leading Education Trendsetter.
From all of us on the CB&A team, thank you to everyone making a difference in education. You continue to inspire the work we do and ignite our passion. We look forward to seeing what 2016 holds for education and the field of public relations.