Faith PR, which is based in Brighouse and services regional, national and international clients across both B2C and B2B sectors, is a finalist in the Outstanding Small Consultancy category at the 2016 Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) PRide Awards.
The agency has also been shortlisted in the Education Communications Campaign and Best Event categories for its strategic communications work with Hipperholme Grammar School and the launch of a new Huddersfield restaurant.
The CIPR Pride awards recognise outstanding work within the public relations industry that delivers impactful results for companies and organisations across the UK and demonstrates the value of PR to the wider business world. The annual awards take place across nine separate regions and have are judged by a panel of industry experts.
Faith PR director and renowned public relations strategist Stefanie Hopkins has also been shortlisted in the SME Emerging category in the regional northern heats of the Forward Ladies Women in Business Awards 2016.
Stefanie said: “Being shortlisted for these four awards is testament to the hard work and dedication of all the team at Faith PR who have supported me in growing the business from a one person consultancy run from a back bedroom to one of West Yorkshire’s leading agencies.
“Our profile has grown significantly over the last twelve months and we have won several high profile accounts that see us delivering communications campaigns and strategies for clients across the UK and beyond.”
The 2016 CIPR PRide Award winners will be announced at a black tie ceremony at the Queen’s Hotel in Leeds on 17 November. The Forward Ladies Woman in Business Awards regional finals will take place on 14 October at Crowne Plaza hotel in Newcastle.
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