Project PR up for 5 Industry Awards
21 Sep 2007
Ipswich based PR consultancy Project PR has been shortlisted for no less than five awards in the annual Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) PRide Awards which are held regionally to recognise outstanding PR agencies based outside London.
This year the PRide Awards attracted a total of 1,456 entries from across the UK and the firm will have to now wait until December when the Eastern region winners will be announced during an awards ceremony to be held at Endeavour House in Ipswich.
"We're thrilled to have got to this stage and staggered that we have managed to be selected as a finalist for all five entries we made. Although we're a small agency with a team of four, our clients range from national corporates to local businesses, and we pride ourselves on delivering results which exceed their expectations", said Penny Arbuthnot, a director at Project PR.
The five awards that Project PR has been shortlisted for are: Outstanding Small Consultancy; Consumer Relations for their work with Ford Retail; Best Magazine for the tenants newsletter produced for west Suffolk landlord Havebury Housing Partnership; Best Website for the new Team Ipswich; and Integrated Communications which was a joint entry with Suffolk manufacturer Challs International.
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