Congrats to #140MTL Speaker @DebWeinstein and her team: “Strategic Objectives Wins 10 CPRS Toronto ACE Awards”

In our last post, Joseph Haslam, 140 Montreal Promoter and 140 Speaker,  talked about the fact that the 140 Montreal will feature an amazing line up of speakers, and notably 50% of which are inspirational women! Just today, I was SO pleased to see the news that Deb Weinstein, whose firm Strategic Objectives has done such amazing work has been recognized again for their outstanding work! Peter McGregor, working for Strategic Objectives team, will also be at the 140 Conference, as one of our very own 140MTL broadcasting team!

“Our approach to PR is to develop consistent, highly effective traditional, social media and influencer programs that prove the power of PR to build brand momentum, engage consumers and deliver measurable bottom-line results,” adds Deborah Weinstein, president and co-founder, Strategic Objectives.   “We are SO proud of our team, who always go above and beyond.”

PR that delivers measurable results

“Our Strategic Objectives team is committed to creativity, innovation, performance and results,” says Judy Lewis, Strategic Objectives executive vice-president and co-founder. “We are so grateful to all our clients for giving us the opportunity to contribute to the success of their brands and honoured to be recognized by our peers in the Canadian communications industry.”

For the full story and to see some of the incredible campaigns Strategic Objectives has worked on, please check out the media release with full details here!

Congratulations to the entire team, Deb, we look forward to hearing you speak at 140 Montreal May 15th!

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  • Deborah Weinstein

    Thank you so much for your mega support Mila. Peter McGregor and I SO look forward to #140MTL, a true meeting of the social minds! We simply can’t wait to make it real and look forward to making it real with your amazing speakers and attendees! XOXO

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