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WPR Shortlisted for 11 PRide Awards

WPR has plenty of reasons to celebrate today, following the announcement of the CIPR’s PRide Awards 2023 shortlist which sees the agency in the running for 11 awards.  

Named as finalists in categories ranging from corporate communications and consumer relations to not-for-profit and best channel delivery, the chosen campaigns feature work for clients including REHAU, Care UK, ACO and Alton Towers Resort.

Jane Ainsworth, managing director, said: “We work with clients across some fascinating industries and love celebrating the creative and impactful work our team delivers. That we’ve been shortlisted for work as varied as engagement driving social content in the leisure sector, global B2B PR highlighting risk, and a long-running consumer PR campaign transforming perceptions of the care sector, demonstrates the breadth of our team’s talent.

“The PRide Awards shine a spotlight on the talent in our region, so we’re particularly proud to be in the running for PR consultancy of the year and to have one of our very own superstars – Nicole Daybell – recognised as the outstanding young communicator that she undoubtedly is.”

WPR is shortlisted in the following categories:

  • Corporate and Business Communications
  • Consumer Relations
  • Not-for-Profit
  • Healthcare and Wellbeing
  • Integrated Campaign
  • Construction, Property or Infrastructure
  • Best Use of Media Relations
  • Best Channel Delivery
  • Best Long Term Campaign
  • Outstanding Young Communicator of the Year
  • PR Consultancy of the Year

Earlier this month, WPR won an impressive eight awards at the PRCA Dare Awards 2023.