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Indonesia Public Relations Award
International Public Relations Association
Warta Ekonomi
2021

January 26, 2021, 10.05 am

Dexa Group Scoops Indonesia Public Relations Award 2021

Dexa Group received another award for its Corporate Public Relations performance at the Indonesia Corporate PR Award (IPRA) 2020 in The Best Public Relations in Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals category. This is the third IPRA award Dexa Group has collected since 2018.

This award was presented virtually by the CEO of Warta Ekonomi, Muhammad Ihsan on Tuesday, 26 January 2021 to the Head of Corporate Communications of Dexa Group, Sonny Himawan, on behalf of Dexa Group CEO, Ferry Soetikno.

Carrying the theme “Navigating the Better Future”, IPRA 2021 is the highest appreciation for corporate public relations who have done excellent roles in improving the image of the company in the midst of an increasingly competitive industry, especially during this unprecedented time.

The theme was selected to highlight the role of public relations in navigating the future of the company in general and society in particular.

“In line with Dexa Group’s core purpose, which is to be Expertise for the Promotion of Health, as well the directives from Dexa Group CEO Ferry Soetikno, we will continue to work hard and maintain the sustainability of Indonesian Public Health by constantly developing and producing medicines derived from the biodiversity of Indonesia, in the form of Indonesian Original Modern Medicine or known as OMAI. Let’s continue to spread good and positive news to the people of Indonesia and the world. We believe that there are many achievements from Indonesia that we can be proud of,” said Sonny Himawan.

The winners of the IPRA award 2021 were selected through media monitoring in mainstream media and social media in Indonesia. The media monitoring was carried out in August-December 2020 for news with positive sentiments published in that period.