PLMR Celebrates Number of Award Nominations

PLMR is celebrating multiple nominations in prestigious industry awards, reflecting the expertise of our consultants.

Liz Moore, PLMR’s Digital Account Manager, was shortlisted for the Reginald Watts Prize for Insight, the ceremony for which took place on the 17th October.

The PRCA National Awards, which will be held on 13th November, recognises both individual consultants and campaigns in their shortlists. PLMR’s Director and Head of Education, Ollie Lane, has been nominated for the Consultancy Head of the Year Award, whilst Nathan Hollow has been highlighted as one of the nominees for Young Communicator of the Year.

In addition, PLMR’s Health and Social Care Practice is in the running for Specialist Consultancy of the Year award; and under the category of International Campaign Award, PLMR’s work on the ‘campaign to raise awareness of animal issues in the UK and globally’ has led to another shortlisting.

Corp Comms Magazine’s annual awards, taking place on 29th November, has acknowledged the outstanding work of PLMR’s ‘Young Achievers’, with PLMR colleagues Anokhi Madhavji, Patrick Cousens and Stefanie Lehmann snapping up three out of five places on the shortlist.

It has also been revealed today that PLMR’s Business Hub at the Conservative Party Conference is up for Party Conference Stand of the Year at the PRCA Public Affairs Awards. Ollie Lane is also celebrating having been shortlisted for Consultant of the Year.

PLMR’s CEO, Kevin Craig, said:

“I’m delighted that the hard work, commitment and dedication of PLMR’s consultants and the impact our campaigns deliver is being showcased on this scale. We are all so passionate about the work we do on a daily basis and it’s been a great year for us. To receive these nominations is a source of great pride. Good luck to all finalists!”

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