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Why clients and employees love attending The PRmoment Awards

Why winning a PRmoment Awards helps raise the profile of your business


Winners of previous awards have realised significant business benefits through their wins. Here’s what they say:

Louie St Clare, CEO, Harvard

“PRmoment is always the first awards of the year and not only provides a great evening for the team but for the winners a great start and a really good indication as you head into a new year. It’s a brilliant opportunity to test the strength of your agency story and your campaigns against the best in the business.”

Frankie Cory, CEO, Mischief

“The PRmoment Awards set the tone for the awards calendar and it’s meant a huge amount for us to be recognised for our culture as an agency and the impact of our client work. And The Suzy Spirit Award is a very special honour in the awards calendar.”

Claire Foster, Senior Manager External Affairs, Direct Line Group

“When Churchill Home Insurance was read out at the PRmoment Awards for Financial Services Campaign of the Year, I was overjoyed. The campaign was a great example of real life insight, academic research with consumer impact, and great quality measurement. Although the campaign only had an original six month duration, the idea creation and in-depth planning took a long time to come to fruition. The campaign was a great collaboration between the Churchill brand, Citigate Dewe Rogerson and Portsmouth University, and we are all delighted with the recognition.”

James Herring, CEO, Taylor Herring

“No question about it – winning a coveted PRmoment Award is one of the top industry accolades.”

Catherine Turner, Head of PR – Insurance, Funeralcare and Legal Services Communications, The Co-op

“The Co-op were really pleased to win three PRmoment Awards in 2017, including In-House Team of the Year. To be judged by your peers is a really important way of bench-marking our work against the best in the sector and to gain recognition by winning three awards is a great way of recognising and rewarding the hard work of the PR/Comms Team at The Co-op.”

Andy Smith, Head of Media Relations, Santander UK plc

“It is good discipline to enter awards, not only does it develop rigour in the team with regards to the setting (and achieving) of objectives, but it also helps demonstrate the value the function adds.”

Sarah Samee, Assistant Director – External Affairs, Cifas

“Winning both the Integrated and Media Relations Campaign categories at the PRmoment Awards for Data to Go was an epic start to the year for our small team, it really is absolutely wonderful to be recognised amongst our peers.”

Claire Risino, Campaigns Manager, Canal and River Trust

“We were delighted to be included in the shortlist of excellent entries and it was a very proud moment for the Canal & River Trust to win the Most Innovative Use of Digital & Social Media for our Water Safety video. It’s important to us that the serious message of water safety is talked about by teenagers and young people so we worked hard to take the message to them on social media.

As a charity with a small budget and limited resources for this campaign, it was such an achievement to see our creative ideas recognised in the industry and it’s definitely raised our creative confidence as well as our profile among agencies. We’re looking forward to entering the awards again next year!”

Mandy Sharp, Founder, Tin Man

“Winning a PRmoment Award is hugely valuable to us as an agency. Tin Man has been lucky enough to win quite a few over the years, both for our campaigns and this year we were awarded the Best Boutique Agency Award – which we were very proud of! These wins are extremely motivating and exciting for the team as they see their hard work and talent recognised by the industry but they are also a great new business driver. We often get calls from brands who have attended the awards, seen our name and been impressed with our work.”

Peter Bowles, co-CEO & co-Founder, Dynamo PR

“Winning a PRmoment Award 2017 for best tech agency was such an honour and you really can’t underestimate the motivating effect a big win like that has on the team, attracting outstanding new staff and getting on pitch lists for big new clients. Ben and the team have truly disrupted the UK PR awards scene with an unmissable night that just gets bigger and bolder every single year.”

Graham Goodkind, Chairman & Founder, Frank PR

“Winning the Best Large Agency of the Year PRmoment Award was a lovely validation of our progress and a real fillip to the whole company. Everyone worked so hard this year and put so much in: this award is a lovely way of everyone getting something back.”

James Gordon-MacIntosh, Joint Founder, Hope&Glory

“The PRmoment Awards are the ones we always want to win. They’re the first outing for the previous year’s work in the award shows so they very much set the bar. The juries are made up of those we respect from across the industry and the competition is always stiff, making them a true test of any campaign’s success.”

Bibi Hilton, Managing Director UK, Golin

“You don’t win Large Agency of the Year without pushing a few boundaries and driving innovation, so Golin’s PRmoment Large Agency of the Year Award is brilliant recognition for our great work. Not only does it say that we’re top of our game, but it’s also a great opportunity for an all-agency celebration. This year we toasted the award in style, with pizza and prosecco for all.”

Helen Lacey, Director of External Communications, Barclaycard

“We were absolutely over the moon to pick up two PR Moment Awards this year. To receive this recognition from the industry for our hard work is simply fantastic. We had a brilliant time at the awards, Ben and the team should be proud of hosting a top class event.”

Mike Morgan, Chief Executive, The Red Consultancy

“The opportunity to get third party endorsement of our work is really important to Red. The standard of work at the PRmoment Awards is very high and the jury is a who’s who of UK public relations, so we were delighted to walk away with a couple of very heavy, very gold awards this year.”

Richard Moss, Chief Executive, Good Relations

“It was fantastic to recognised for our 50 Shades of Grey campaign for B&Q, at the PRmoment awards. The buzz it created amongst the team and our clients was amazing”.