Palamedes PR has secured more key media coverage for the GUBA Awards 2013, it emerged this afternoon.
The agency’s story about GUBA founder Dentaa Amoateng winning the prestigious African Women in Europe (AWE) 2013 Award is now running live on news website, The Voice.
It follows previous coverage that we secured in The Voice following our story about Conservative MP Adam Afriyie lending his support to this year’s GUBA Awards.
Afriyie- viewed in some quarters as a potential future party leader – said the GUBAs were an “inspired platform to highlight the significant and valuable contribution British Ghanaians make to the UK”.
A spokesman for Palamedes PR said: “We are delighted with the latest news coverage. Dentaa is an inspirational figurehead, and we would like to extend our congratulations to her, once again, for receiving this accolade.”