Leading public relations and public affairs consultancy Weber Shandwick has been shortlisted for eleven prestigious awards at the annual industry PRide Awards in Scotland, making them the most shortlisted agency.
The awards, operated by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) recognise the best communications campaigns in the industry over the past twelve months.
Weber Shandwick is shortlisted in three categories (Integrated, Public Sector and Community Relations) for its Eat Better Feel Better behavioural change campaign with the Scottish Government and picks up two nominations in the Public Affairs category for ScotlandVotes.com and the Potato Council.
The consultancy is also recognised for its Corporate and Business Communication campaign for Co-operative Development Scotland, Media Relations for the Big Energy Saving Week and Healthcare for AAC Scotland.
Weber Shandwick cements its reputation as one of Scotland’s most creative digital agencies with a nod in the Best Use of Social Media category for its work with Loch Ness by Jacobite and picks up a nomination for Best Use of Photography and Design in recognition of its Caledonian Sleeper rebrand activity.
The agency is also shortlisted for the top accolade of the night – Outstanding Public Relations Consultancy.
Moray Macdonald, Managing Director of Weber Shandwick Scotland, said: “Our teams across Scotland continue to raise the bar and consistently deliver fantastic results for our business and our clients.
“To be the most shortlisted agency in this year’s PRide awards is testament to the scale of our expertise and the incredible work we do on a daily basis. For our work to be judged as some of the best in the UK is an incredible achievement and I’m immensely proud of the team.”
The CIPR PRide Awards Scotland ceremony takes place in Glasgow on Thursday 8 October 2015.