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CIPR Awards shortlist revealed

2 April 2015

Tin Man and Hope&Glory have each received six nominations in this year's CIPR Excellence Awards.

CIPR Awards shortlist revealed

As well as being nominated for outstanding small consultancy, Tin Man's 'Real' Apple Store campaign for Borough Market (pictured) has made the best consumer relations, best event and not-for-profit shortlists.

Hope&Glory was also nominated in the best consumer relations, low budget, and best corporate social responsibility campaign categories.

Unity's #FollowTheFairies campaign has been nominated for both best use of media relations and best use of digital.

Brands2Life, Hotwire, Lansons and Pegasus are all up for outstanding large PR consultancy.

Citypress, Harvard, M&C Saatchi PR, Man Bites Dog, Stripe Communications and Tangerine have made the outstanding mid-sized PR consultancy shortlist.

Cultural Communications, Genesis PR, Jargon PR, Popcorn PR, Smoking Gun PR are up for the best small consultancy award, alongside Tin Man.

Also vying for the consumer relations award are Atomic, Clarion Communications, Manifest London and Shackleton PR.

Making it onto the healthcare shortlist are AXON Communications, the British Heart Foundation, Cohn & Wolfe, JPR, Southern Health and Social Care Trust and St John Ambulance.

Atomic, BT Global Services, MSLGROUP, Smarts Communicate, Stein IAS and Vodafone Group (supported by Golden Goose PR) will fight it out to win the best global PR campaign award.

In the running for outstanding young communicator are Diageo's Gemma Bell, Transport for London's Jenna Henshaw, The PR Office's Lucy Willatt, Alder Hey Children's Charity's Matt Dunn, VisitScotland's Stuart Mackenzie and Lansons' Valentina Kristensen.

The awards take place on 3 June and the full shortlist can be found here.

Pictured: The team at Tin Man.