MEXICO CITY—The 2019 Latin America SABRE Awards is now open for entries, via the dedicated entry platform.

The SABRE Awards competition recognizes Superior Achievement in Branding, Reputation and Engagement and has a 30-year heritage, with competitions in North America, EMEA, Latin America and Africa as well as the Asia-Pacific competition.

The awards recognize the best in public relations programming from across the Latin America region and are open to campaigns developed by agencies, corporations, not-for-profit organizations, government agencies and more.

“We have already seen some very diverse and exciting work from Europe and North America this year,” says Holmes Report founder and chair of the SABRE jury Paul Holmes. “Now it’s the turn of Latin American PR people to wow the judges. There is so much creative and strategic work being conducted throughout the region and we are excited to see what is being done.”

In addition to categories recognizing the best campaigns from specific geographic markets, the Latin American competition recognizes great work in specific practice areas (from consumer PR to public affairs to employee communications) and in industry sectors (healthcare, technology, not-for-profit).

The entry website will include a complete list of categories, entry fee and deadline information (the early deadline is June 21, the late deadline is July 12), as well as tips for crafting a winning entry. The jury, drawn from industry leaders across agency and corporate, will be unveiled soon.

The awards will be presented at an event in Mexico City—presented in partnership with Mexican trade association PRORP—on September 11.