PLMR Group kicks 2023 off with double shortlisting success at the PRWeek UK Corporate, City & Public Affairs Awards

PLMR Group is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted in two categories at the prestigious PRWeek UK Corporate, City & Public Affairs Awards.

The awards are widely recognised as one of the leading prizes in the PR and communications sector with a rigorous judging process and extremely competitive categories. It is a testament to the high calibre of work and dedication to high standards across the business that PLMR is nominated as Best Agency for Public Affairs and Best Public Affairs Campaign for an NGO, Charity or Campaigning Organisation.

This announcement sets PLMR off to a flying start in 2023 and builds on the back of a very successful 2022 when the firm was named Best Public Affairs Agency across Europe, the Middle East and Africa at the global SABRE Awards and won Best Use of a Communication Tool in a Campaign at the PRCA Digital Awards.

PLMR’s Public Affairs practice continues to go from strength to strength with exciting new appointments and significant growth formed around our team across five regional offices in the UK.

Simon Darby, PLMR’s Head of Public Affairs said: “It’s fantastic that PLMR has been shortlisted for both of our entries to these awards. It is a recognition of the incredible work that goes on across the company every day for our clients and the impressive results that we are achieving for them.”

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