PT DAHANA won the Annual Report Category, Annual Report Sub-category, SILVER WINNER at the 2023 PR Indonesia Awards. The 8th awarding event was under the theme of “Communication for Nation’s Civilization” and held at the Aston Denpasar Hotel, on Friday, 17 March 2023.

DAHANA’s Public Relations Manager, Cipta Ismaya Kusumah said that as a state-owned subsidiary, DAHANA is obliged to present correct and accurate information to the public. All the latest information on DAHANA’s development can be conveniently accessed on PT DAHANA’s website and social media accounts.

“PT DAHANA would like to extend its highest gratitude and appreciation for this award. Disclosure of information to the public is a form of DAHANA’s accountability and transparency. We also thank DAHANA’s board of directors and management for supporting public relations programs so that we can receive this award,” said Mr Kusumah.

PRIA is part of PR INDONESIA’s commitment to appreciating superior public relations (PR) performance from corporations, ministries, institutions and local governments throughout Indonesia. PRIA Award reflects the highest achievement in corporate and organizational communication performance.

As quoted from its release, PR Indonesia stated that this year it recorded a total of  836 entries from 236 agencies. This figure has increased by 6.4 percent compared to PRIA 2022. Each entry competes to be the best in the categories of Owned Media, Digital Channels, Crisis Management, Annual Report, CSR Program, PR Program, and PR Department.

The non-presentation session judging was held from 13 February to 14 February 2023 in Jakarta. The judging session will continue with a presentation session from 14 February to 17 February 2023. The two judging sessions will be held in a hybrid manner by involving 16 judges ranging from senior PR practitioners, prominent journalists, senior academics, to PR Gurus.

“We hope that this achievement will continue to motivate us to improve performance and service for public information through fast, accurate and credible channels, which in turn can leave a positive impact on society and stakeholders,” concluded Mr Kusumah.