Co-op and Weber Shandwick win four PRCA National Awards

The Co-op and Weber Shandwick win big at PRCA awards

The Co-op‘s in-house comms team and Weber Shandwick both picked up four awards at last night’s PRCA National Awards 2017.

The mutual won the Broadcast Award, Corporate Social Responsibility Award and the In-house Campaign of the Year Award for its Trapped in a bubble campaign, as well as picking up the In-house Media Relations Award.

Weber Shandwick claimed the International Consultancy of the Year prize, as well as the Consultancy Campaign of the Year, Not-For-Profit and Charity Award and Digital and New Media Award for its #BrutalCut campaign.

Barclaycard picked up the Private Sector In-house Team of the Year prize, with the Metropolitan Police Service taking the public sector equivalent. Harvard’s Louie St Claire was named Consultancy Head of the Year, with Loughborough University’s Emma Lynch winning In-house Professional of the Year. Jessica Warner, from Lansons, took home the Young Communicator of the Year trophy.

Golin earned the Large Consultancy of the Year Award, sponsored by PR Newswire, while Pegasus was named Specialist Consultancy of the Year and Well Hello was New Consultancy of the Year.

Francis Ingham MPRCA, PRCA director general, said: “I believe that the UK PR industry is the most vibrant, most professional, most ethical in the world. And tonight’s awards are both a demonstration and a celebration of those facts.”

A full list of winners can be found here.

Pictured: The Co-op team

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