Weber Shandwick Leads CIPR Pride Award Scotland Shortlist

Tuesday 19 July, 2016
CIPR PRide Awards

Leading communications and creative consultancy Weber Shandwick is the most shortlisted agency at this year’s CIPR PRide Awards in Scotland, with 16 nominations.

The nominations include three of our team shortlisted for Outstanding Young Communicator and the agency in the running for Scottish Consultancy of the Year.

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 16 times across 11 categories:

Corporate and Business Communications Campaign

Community Relations Campaign

Public Affairs Campaign

Healthcare Campaign

Low Budget Campaign

Arts, Culture or Sport Campaign

Best Use of Media Relations

Best Use of Photography or Design

Best Publication

Outstanding Young Communicator

Outstanding Public Relations Consultancy

Moray Macdonald, Managing Director of Weber Shandwick in Scotland, said: “Once again Weber Shandwick is the most shortlisted agency at this year’s CIPR PRide Awards in Scotland. The range of work that we’ve been recognised for is the perfect showcase of the incredible breadth of talent we have across our public relations, digital, public affairs and design specialisms.

“After being accredited as an Investor in Young People a few months ago it is particularly pleasing to see three of our employees shortlisted for the coveted Young Communicator Award.

“I’m thrilled for the team and for our clients, and look forward to taking home as many awards as possible at the ceremony in October.”