Imprenta Communications Group Wins Prestigious Bulldog Award

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Imprenta Communications Group received recognition as the 2016 Boutique Agency of the Year from Bulldog Reporter, a leading industry organization that provides insight, tools, and support to public relations and communications professionals. This accolade is given to the best Public Relation (PR) agency with a specialty practice. Imprenta’s extensive roster of clients include Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, foundations and several high-profile profile campaigns. Imprenta has a proven track record of successful campaigns across the nation and has undergone exponential growth its unique, mission driven business model– focusing on reaching out to ethnic minorities.

The prestigious Bulldog Awards are judged exclusively by working journalists who are considered the most critical communications practitioners. Agencies are judged on a combination of four values: Account retention, employee relations, growth through new business acquisition and billings, and achieves in the practice of public relations/corporate communication.

“Imprenta is extremely proud to receive this recognition,” said Ronald W. Wong, President and CEO, Imprenta Communications Group. “Not only is this a tribute to our hard work providing corporate, nonprofit and government clients with bespoke marketing and communications campaigns, but also a testament to our business model – that advocating and embracing diversity, engaging and communicating to people with respect for their respective cultures and languages can lead to exponential growth.”

Founded in 2001, Imprenta is an award-winning public affairs, campaign and ethnic marketing firm which specializes in reaching diverse audiences. While most multicultural PR and marketing firms focus on one specific ethnic group, Imprenta is distinct in that it brings together the Latino and Asian Pacific American communities – the two fastest growing population segments in United States. The firm’s in-house foreign language capacity includes Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin & Cantonese), Vietnamese, Korean, Hmong and Tagalog, and the firm specializes in accessing the hard-to-reach, limited-English proficient audiences.

As an issue-based public affairs and ethnic marketing firm, Imprenta provides strategic and services to a broad spectrum of clientele. This includes Pacific Gas and Electric Company, The California Endowment, Southern California Gas Company, Covered California, California Department of Insurance, California Community Colleges, Resources Legacy Fund, North East Medical Services, and many other initiatives, issues and causes. To learn more about Imprenta and its work, visit: www.icgworldwide.com.