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Perceptive picks up PR prize for athletes village

Athletes villageSpecialist communications consultancy Perceptive Communicators won the “Best Use of Press and Public Relations” award at a construction industry ceremony in London.

The Glasgow based company picked up the prize for its City Legacy – The Athletes’ Village project which was recognised for its proactive, results generated approach with the agency being lauded as a talented and creative organisation.

The Construction Marketing Awards showcase the construction industry’s creativity, innovation and effectiveness in marketing, with Perceptive Communicators the only Scottish agency in attendance.

Julie McLauchlan, managing director and founder of Perceptive Communicators, said: “We’ve worked with many great clients on exciting projects like the Commonwealth Games Athletes’ Village and I’m delighted with this recognition for our work, our clients and our team.”

She added: “While it is always pleasing to be recognised for the hard work which our dedicated and talented team do on a daily basis, it is important to look at the bigger picture.

“The construction sector has continued to face many challenges and will continue to do so, but the resilience and dedication of all those in attendance last night gives me great confidence for sector growth in the future. The skills, talent and ability to meet challenges head on from all those operating in the sector is something which we should all take great pride in.”

Joanne Casey, Sales & Marketing Director for City Legacy commented: “Perceptive’s unstinting support over the last six years has been exceptional.  This is a high profile development under the spotlight like no other.

“Perceptive has done an amazing job in promoting and protecting the reputation of City Legacy Homes and achieving a step change in how the area is perceived. From start to finish Perceptive has maintained a laser focus on help to make The Village a commercial success, helping us to sell the homes two years ahead of schedule.”

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