WPR Shortlisted For Ten DARE Awards

WPR is celebrating today after being shortlisted for an impressive ten PRCA Dare Awards 2023.  

Named as a finalist in categories ranging from B2B and not-for-profit to media and consumer relations,  the chosen campaigns span the breadth of the agency’s B2B PR, consumer PR and social media specialisms.

In the team and individual categories, WPR has also been shortlisted for the team and community culture award and as large agency of the year.

In addition, WPR’s associate creative director Dan Gabriel is in the running for professional of the year, an accolade for outstanding individuals who demonstrate innovation, the implementation of creative ideas, and who consistently deliver for their clients.

Jane Ainsworth, managing director, said: “The Dare Awards are a fantastic showcase of the PR and social media talent we have in the Midlands and we’re thrilled to be shortlisted.  

“WPR is the agency it is thanks to the professionalism and passion of our entire team. So being considered for the team culture and community and the large agency of the year awards is testament to what we do as a whole. And I’m thrilled to see Dan recognised – he is one of the most talented people I have ever had the honour of working alongside, and WPR wouldn’t be half the agency is it today without his insight and intellect.”

In full, WPR is shortlisted in the following categories:

  • B2B – In the Frame (REHAU)
  • Not-for-Profit – Moving the Dial on Hydrogen (EUA)
  • Consumer Relations – Fulfilling Lives (Care UK)
  • Digital and Social Media – Britain’s Greatest Escape (Alton Towers Resort)
  • Integrated Campaign – In the Frame (REHAU)
  • Media Relations – Fulfilling Lives (Care UK)
  • Purpose – World Risk Poll (Lloyd’s Register Foundation)
  • Professional of the Year – Dan Gabriel, associate creative director
  • Team Culture and Community Award – WPR
  • Large Agency of the Year – WPR