PLMR Group team took home two top awards at the prestigious PRCA Public Affairs Awards 2024 for successful campaigns for clients.
The PRCA’s annual event, held in London, celebrates outstanding public affairs campaigns, creativity and impact delivered by consultants. The two wins were more than any other agency achieved on the night.
PLMR won Best In-house Consultancy Collaboration for its #Eat.Play.Love campaign with Ella’s Kitchen. The campaign encourages children to eat more vegetables by using sensory food play in early years settings.
PLMR Genesis, the flagship for the firm’s East of England team, won the Trade Body Campaign of the Year for its work with OFTEC. Our specialist team targeted digital advertising to drive awareness and subsequent support amongst rural MPs for alternative approaches to delivering net zero.
The judges recognised the team’s creativity, innovation and strategic implementation across the PR and Digital elements in both campaigns.
Ollie Lane, Managing Director of PLMR, said:
“These awards showcase the breadth of talent and creativity we have across our team to deliver outstanding campaigns for our clients. We are immensely proud to work with Ella’s Kitchen and OFTEC and that we deliver such great results for them.
“2024 is set to be a hugely significant year with the upcoming general election. Our public affairs specialists, working collaboratively across PR and Digital, will continue to advise our clients on navigating the months ahead.”
PLMR Group has a head office in Westminster and regional offices in Ipswich, Birmingham, Coventry and Scotland, giving it outstanding reach and insight across the country. The agency delivers bespoke PR and digital marketing to drive business growth for clients in sectors including energy, professional services, health, education and built environment.
Emma Divers (centre) with the Ella’s Kitchen team celebrating their win for Best In-house Consultancy Collaboration
PLMR Genesis consultants Tim Miller (left) and Anna Rudd (right) won Trade Body Campaign of the Year for its work with OFTEC at the PRCA Public Affairs Awards