Gabriel Marketing Group Takes Home PR World Awards Silver for Global PR Agency of the Year

Gabriel Marketing Group (GMG), technology marketing agency for disruptive companies, announced it earned a Silver Award in the Best PR Agency of the Year – Global Headquarters category by the 6th Annual 2016 PR World Awards. The PR World Awards, held by SVUS, an industry and peer recognition program, were created to honor the achievements and positive contributions of public relations agencies, organizations and individuals from all over the world.

“We are thrilled to win such a highly respected award in the PR field and be included among such recognized veterans in the tech PR space,” said Michiko Morales, senior vice president, public and analyst relations at GMG. “I am extremely proud of our team. We have some of the best, brightest and most talented veterans and up-and-comers in the PR industry, and it’s amazing to see their hard work recognized.”

“The world of PR is changing,” said Leah Nurik, CEO and founder of GMG. “The intersection of earned media and data-driven demand generation is key to maximizing growth metrics for our clients. We are honored to be recognized for our innovative and results-driven approach.”

GMG is an integrated marketing and public relations agency exclusively focused on high-growth technology companies. Founded in 2011, GMG has helped more than 40 technology companies tap the power of public relations, digital, inbound marketing and award-winning creative to craft compelling strategies and air-tight execution that drives growth and higher valuations. In addition, GMG recently joined Eurocom Worldwide, one of the largest independent PR networks, as the newest member, expanding its global reach. GMG is one of only two member agencies in the U.S. at Eurocom Worldwide.

Winners of the PR World Awards will be honored in San Francisco on Monday, June 27 during the annual 2016 SVUS Red Carpet Awards Ceremony Dinner.

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