CIPR Excellence Awards

Big night for public relations industry

CIPR awardsThe CIPR awards for the UK’s public relations industry was held in London tonight with a host of Scottish contenders among those shortlisted.

The winners were:

Lansons – Corporate and Business Communications Campaign for work on Co-op bank

Cow PR – Corporate Social Responsibility for the Return of the Green Cross Man

Hope and Glory PR – Low budget campaign

Aircraft Carrier Alliance QE Class Carriers – Internal communications

British Library Press Office – Arts, culture or sport campaign for Magna Carta

HSBC Now – Diversity and inclusion in communications

Cow PR – Not for Profit

Vodafone and Golden Goose PR – Global campaign

Tin Man Communications – Consumer relations, Borough Market

Kirklees Council – Public Sector campaign, domestic abuse

Cancer Research UK – Public Affairs winner for the campaign for plain, standard packaging of tobacco products

Department of Health and Public Health England and Royal Free Hospital – Issues or crisis management, ebola health communications

Unity PR – Best use of Media Relations

MSL Group – Best use of Social Media

Iris – Integrated PR campaign for launch of Robinsons squash’d

Frank PR – Automotive award, Hotel VW California

Proof Communication – STEM campaign

Unity PR – Best use of Digital, Follow the Fairies, Marks & Spencer

Beetroot – Best publication for RBS

3 Monkeys – Best Event for Jacobs snacks

Bridget Aherne of Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue – PR director of the year

Val Kristensen of Lansons – Outstanding young communicator

Samantha Livingstone of Rumour Mill – Outstanding independent practitioner

Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust – Outstanding in-house team

Popcorn – Outstanding small public relations consultancy

Man Bites Dog – Outstanding Mid-Sized consultancy

Hot Wire – Outstanding Large consultancy


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