Awards

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We are proud to have won a number of industry awards for our work. We think this demonstrates our commitment to well-planned and executed PR campaigns that achieve tangible results.

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We are especially proud to have picked up ten awards at the prestigious Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Cymru PRide Awards since 2012. The CIPR PRide Awards is the only UK-wide awards scheme that recognises excellence in public relations and communications work across Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and six English regions.

Now in its fourteenth year, PRide grows year-on-year as consultancies and organisations increasingly appreciate the benefits of recognition from the PR profession’s only Chartered body.

The judging process is rigorous, with a national panel of industry experts assessing the shortlisted entries and choosing the winners.

We have picked up the following awards since 2012:

  • Chartered Institute of Public Relations PRide awards – Outstanding Public Relations consultancy silver award 2016

  • Chartered Institute of Public Relations PRide awards – Best Healthcare Campaign 2015

  • Chartered Institute of Public Relations PRide awards – Outstanding Public Relations consultancy silver award 2015

  • Chartered Institute of Public Relations PRide awards – Outstanding Public Relations consultancy silver award 2014

  • Chartered Institute of Public Relations PRide awards – Best corporate and business communications campaign 2014

  • Chartered Institute of Public Relations PRide awards – Best Not For Profit campaign gold award 2014

  • Chartered Institute of Public Relations PRide awards – Outstanding small consultancy of the year silver award 2013

  • Chartered Institute of Public Relations PRide awards – Best integrated campaign silver award 2013

  • Chartered Institute of Public Relations PRide awards – Best low budget campaign gold award 2013

  • Institute of Directors Young Director of the Year Award 2012

  • Chartered Institute of Public Relations PRide awards – Outstanding small consultancy of the year gold award 2012

A selection of judges’ comments on our award-winning campaigns:

Gold winner, Healthcare campaign, CIPR PRide awards 2015

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At the heart of the health and wealth agenda: Launching Life Sciences Hub Wales

 “A great campaign that achieved excellent national media cut through and made a science story engaging. This campaign took a potentially dry-sounding Life Sciences Hub and used a clear set of objectives to drive awareness and interest nationally. Audiences were clearly identified and targeted with excellent use made of both news media and social media.”

Gold winner, Corporate and Business Campaign, CIPR PRide awards 2014

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 Connect Assist: Connecting those most in need

 “This tightly-focused campaign achieved some excellent outputs, with media coverage across key national and third sector media, that has also translated into strong outcomes in the form of increased business levels and the creation of new jobs. The campaign also delivered strongly in terms of web and digital outputs and has brought what can be a dry topic to life by delivering a strong campaign that will run into the future.”

Gold winner, Not-For-Profit campaign, CIPR PRide awards 2014

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 Adopting Attitudes: Raising awareness of the shortage of adopters in Wales 

 “Using National Adoption Week as a hook, the campaign was impactful in raising awareness of misconceptions around adoption and resulted in success by attracting enquiries from a range of prospective adopters. The integrated PR and political engagement campaign positioned widely held misconceptions around adoption as a serious issue resulting in a shortage of adopters in Wales. It engaged not just the public, but key players politically, and ensured adoption was at the forefront of Assembly Members’ minds.”

Gold winner, Low Budget Campaign, CIPR PRide awards 2013

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Chwarae Teg: A Woman’s Place?

 “When the research findings of women’s economic development charity, Chwarae Teg, highlighted the disadvantaged position of women in the Welsh economy and the barriers facing them, they needed to use this to gain maximum impact with politicians at devolved UK and European levels – the primary target audience for the charity, whilst positioning the findings as an economic rather than a gender issue. The campaign was beautifully presented, clear and concise, with highly professional objective setting and strategy, followed through with a range of targeted, imaginative and inclusive tactics, including Infographics and an interactive quiz. It shows that real results in the public sphere CAN be achieved on a modest budget.”