We’re kicking off the week in high spirits with the roarsome news that Carswell Gould has been shortlisted not once, but twice, for outstanding work.
The event in question is the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ PRide Awards and is regarded as the most credible regional awards in the industry. They recognise outstanding and innovative work, which is why we’re so thrilled to once again be recognised for the work we do.
The first of our shortlist nominations is in the Arts, Culture or Sport Campaign category and involved our work for the Hampshire Cultural Trust. We have been working with the trust since its inception to help oversee the huge change in the way the county’s museums, arts centres and galleries are run and promoted. It has been a truly integrated campaign, with the team working at both board and delivery level to help safeguard and promote arts and culture. We have loved every second of working on it, especially the DINOFEST2015 campaign.
The second of our nominations is for our work with Red Funnel. A year ago we were tasked with increasing awareness of the company and, in particular, its support of the Isle of Wight.
Our work, which incorporates media relations, events, crisis communications and PR stunts, has already resulted in more than 530 media hits, including extensive coverage of the building of Red Jet 6 on the island.
Creative Director Ed Gould commented on the nominations:
“We pride ourselves on delivering work that really stands out from the crowd, so to be recognised in an ever-increasingly competitive market place is music to our ears.”
After last year’s success where the Carswell Gould team walked away with gold and silver awards for ‘Best Technology Campaign’ and 'Corporate and Business Communications Campaign', we’ll be aiming to do even better when this year’s winners are announced at the prestigious awards ceremony in November.
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