Stateside Affairs was recently named the winner of a Silver Stevie Award in the Small Business subcategory of the Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations Company of the Year category of the 2023 International Business Awards.
Stateside Affairs was the only award winner representing a New Jersey company in this category and subcategory. The government affairs and public relations company’s award submission was in regard to its past performance and achievements since the beginning of 2021.
Over 60 nations and territories submitted nominations in this year’s competition.
Since Stateside Affairs was honored with an award, the firm is now a nominee in the voting round for the People’s Choice Stevie Awards for Favorite Companies, and the public can support Stateside Affairs by voting as often as they would like here, through Sept. 15.
Nominees must receive at least 100 public votes to be eligible to win a People’s Choice Stevie Award, and winners will be announced at the IBA award ceremony.
Judges commented on the submission, “Stateside is doing phenomenal work and also gaining recognition for it as their growth shows.”
Stevie Award winners were determined by the average scores of more than 230 executives worldwide who participated in the judging process in June and July.
Stateside Affairs is also credited for developing a nomination for its client. The firm shared in the excitement upon news that the client was honored with the Gold Stevie Award for that category. This accomplishment will set the client apart within its industry.
“We are truly honored and grateful to the Stevie Award judges for recognizing our company with a 2023 International Business Award for a Small Business within the Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations Company of the Year Category,” Stateside Affairs CEO and President Cristina Pinzon said. “We value our clients and the work we produce for each of them. This honor is bestowed to our dedicated staff and their vision that transforms ideas into products that take meaning and generates return on investment.”