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Local agencies recognised in CIPR awards

Local agencies recognised in CIPR awards

Tuesday 12 October 2021

Local agencies recognised in CIPR awards

Channel Islands companies received accolades in several categories of this year’s Chartered Institute of PR Awards.

Hosted by broadcaster Louise Minchin, the PRide Awards for the South of England and Channel Islands were presented last Wednesday.

Guernsey’s Orchard PR won PR Consultancy of the Year, and received two silvers in the categories of ‘Regional Campaign of the Year’ for its ‘Purple Monday’ wellbeing initiative with Skipton and ‘Low Budget’ for its work with Guernsey’s Health Improvement Commission.

Jersey’s Freedom Media won ‘Best Covid Response’ for their work on the Nightingale hospital build in Jersey.

Liquid PR, meanwhile, won gold in the categories of ‘Consumer Relations Campaign’ and ‘Integrated  Campaign’ for its work on Canadian Maple Syrup.

A silver was awarded in the category of ‘Best Use of Social and Digital Media’ for work promoting Rossborough insurance as an employer of choice for under-35s.

William Church, Chair of the Channel Islands CIPR regional group, commented: “This was a great night of success for the Channel Islands with winning entries from three locally run agencies and demonstrates the quality of PR support available for businesses in the Channel Islands.”

Pictured top: Phil Slatter, Head of Video Production at Freedom Media, capturing the Nightingale build process on camera. The firm won in the ‘Best Covid Response’ category of the CIPR PRide Awards last week.

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