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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Weber Shandwick's David Krejci receives social media innovator of the year silver award

[Note: MNPR Blog doesn't usually cover awards, but since David is a close friend an exception has been made. Congrats David!]

Bulldog Reporter has awarded David Krejci, executive vice president of social media in the Minneapolis office of Weber Shandwick, the Social Media Innovator of the Year Silver award.
Krejci is a frequent presenter and author on the topic of social media and digital communication. His expertise includes social media strategies, policies and engagement, crisis and issues management and social community organizing, primarily in the B2B and government arenas. Krejci led his team to create FireBell, Weber Shandwick’s social crisis simulator, which received the 2010 PRWeek PR Innovation of the Year award, as well as the 2010 PR News Best New Application of the Year award.
Bulldog Reporter award winners were chosen by working journalists from hundreds of entries representing the best strategic and tactical prowess that public relations and corporate communications have to offer. Campaigns were judged by a team of working journalists, who assessed them on the basis of their ability to achieve extraordinary visibility and influence opinion, as well as on their industry leadership, creativity, command of media and technology and tenacity.
Bulldog Reporter publishes the Daily ’Dog online trade journal for the public relations and communications industry.