05 April
CIPR

Fresh PR has been shortlisted for STEM campaign of the year at the CIPR Excellence Awards 2016.

The CIPR Excellence Awards is the public relations’ longest-running and most-rigorous awards scheme. It is now in its 32nd year of rewarding best practice in public relations, acknowledging personal and team achievement at the highest professional level across the UK, Europe and beyond.

Amanda Kinbrum, MD at Fresh PR comments:

“It’s been an amazing start to 2016 for Fresh, and being shortlisted for the national CIPR Excellence Awards is the icing on the cake! Our focus is on STEM industries, and for our work to be recognised by our industry is brilliant. I’m really proud of the team’s effort in making sure our STEM clients receive top notch technical PR.”

Joint quote from Chairs of Judges Paul Mylrea Found. Chart.PR FCIPR, Past CIPR President and Sandra Macleod FCIPR:

“The CIPR Excellence Awards are your chance to shine. They highlight great work, helping develop best practice for the future. They show your clients and employers the value and originality of your work, and reward the people in your organisations with the recognition they deserve.

To be shortlisted is a reason to celebrate, all the more so as the standard of entries improves year-on-year, testament to an industry that‟s growing in importance and influence.

What sets the CIPR Excellence Awards out from the crowd are the face-to-face panel interviews where entrants have to demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of their brief to our team of highly-experienced judges.

Every year, the judges say it is these interviews with finalists that allow them to meet the people behind their campaigns, to understand their thinking and to feel their passion. It is the interview that helps the judges highlight the best in our industry, whether it is the most creative campaign, the most strategic thinking, or the most innovative implementation.

Good luck to all of our finalists, we look forward to celebrating your success at Old Billingsgate on Wednesday 8 June!”

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