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Communications Strategy Group (CSG) Selected as a 2014 EdTech Digest Awards Program Finalist

CSG's Education Practice Recognized in the Leadership Awards PR Firm/Publicist Category

DENVER, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 03/12/14 -- Communications Strategy Group (CSG), a public relations firm widely recognized for its expertise in K-12 and higher education PR, has been selected as a Leadership Award finalist in the 2014 EdTech Digest Awards Program. CSG is being honored in the PR Firm/Publicist category for its proven track record of shaping effective communications strategies and campaigns for clients in the K-12 and higher education sectors.

The EdTech Digest Awards Program celebrates the best and brightest apps, platforms, products and people in the education and technology world. The program includes three broad entry categories: the Cool Tool Awards, the EdTech Leadership Awards and the Trendsetter Awards.

"Everyone in CSG's Education Practice is passionate about education and we are proud to work with such an incredible portfolio of clients that are dedicated to improving education and outcomes for students at all levels," said Lindsey Read, Director of the Education Practice at Communications Strategy Group. "As a public relations firm, it is a high honor to be named an EdTech Digest Leadership Award finalist, because it really is recognition for our clients since our contribution to the education industry is effectively telling their stories and helping them reach the influencers and audiences that allow them to be most successful and make the greatest impact."

CSG works with organizations across the education ecosystem from colleges and universities and K-12 schools to start-ups and established companies that serve institutions or students directly. The Education Practice's team of experienced professionals is able to anticipate the areas where influencer relations will have the most significant impact. The firm's philosophy for engaging with influencers and influential organizations is what drives sustainable and long-term growth for clients.

The EdTech Digest Awards Program is open to industry solutions providers, educators and others in and around education including K-12, higher education and lifelong learning. The awards are voted on by a distinguished panel of judges from a wide variety of backgrounds, who are all esteemed leaders in their various areas. The winners will be announced on March 20, 2014.

For more information about the Education Practice at CSG visit http://csg-pr.com/our-practices/education.

About Communications Strategy Group
Communications Strategy Group (CSG) is a national public relations firm that focuses on six distinct industries: consumer packaged goods, education, financial services, health & wellness, real estate and tourism & hospitality. CSG's specialized practice approach ensures deep industry knowledge and expertise to best serve its clients. The firm was founded with a philosophy based on developing and implementing meaningful and measurable campaigns that achieve the greatest results for clients by going beyond traditional public relations to instead engage the complete spectrum of influencers -- any individual or organization with the potential and power to impact a client's success from media and thought leaders to associations, foundations and policy makers. CSG has offices in Denver, Colorado, and Washington, D.C., and serves clients nationwide. For more information about CSG and its commitment to exceptional work, visit www.csg-pr.com.

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Communications Strategy Group
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