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PRmoment Awards winners 2016

1st March 2016


Following a record of 833 entries and a marathon judging session involving 60 judges, nearly 700 PR and Comms folks celebrated the best of public relations at the sold out PRmoment Awards in London on Wednesday evening. 

The full list of winners is given below but MHP's Missing Type campaign won four awards while Hope&Glory and Tin Man won three gongs and Good Relations picked up two. New Agency of the year was won by The Romans as Frank PR  took home the prestigious Large Agency of the year (see below.) Here are the rest of the photos from the night.

The full list of winners is given below, thanks again to the headline sponsors of the PRmoment Awards Opinium Research

SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

Winner: Hope&Glory – O2 Big Me Up

INTEGRATED COMMUNICATIONS CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

Winner: MHP Communications - Missing Type

EVENT OF THE YEAR

Winner: Bell Pottinger - ARK by Night

STUNT OF THE YEAR
Winner: Good Relations - B&Q dominate the headlines with Fifty Shades of Grey

BEST USE OF RESEARCH

Winner: MWWPR & The Weather Channel - When weather meets economics - How MWWPR built a unique property for The Weather Channel

CONSUMER PR CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

Winner: MHP Communications & NHS Blood and Transplant - Missing Type

BEST USE OF EVALUATION
Winner: Tin Man - Giving Advanced Driving Courses Sex Appeal

BEST USE OF CONTENT

Winner: MHP Communications & NHS Blood and Transplant - The Wait

BEST USE OF CREATIVITY

Winner: The Romans & BrewDog No Label The Worlds First Transgender Beer

B2B CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

Winner: Rostrum - Legal & General: Deadline to the Breadline

FINANCIAL PR CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

Winner: Capella PR - Master Your Money - ClearScore.com Launch

HEALTHCARE / PHARMA CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

Winner – Hill+Knowlton Strategies - Caring for Carers
Highly Commended - NHS Clinical Commissioning Group Sussex and Spirit Media - Not QUITE an emergency

MOST INNOVATIVE USE OF DIGITAL & SOCIAL MEDIA

Winner: Blue Rubicon & Dogs Trust - Every Dog Emoji Has Its Day

PUBLIC SECTOR CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

Winner: MHP Communications - Missing Type

INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

Winner: O2 - 2015 O2s Year of Celebration

FMCG MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

Winner: Red Consultancy & Federation of Bakers and Flour Advisory Bureau - Carbs Before Marbs

HEALTH, BEAUTY, RETAIL & FASHION MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR
Winner: Good Relations - B&Q – 50 Shades of Grey

AUTOMOTIVE & TRANSPORT MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR
Winner: The Institute of Advanced Motorists and Tin Man - Giving advanced driving courses sex appeal.

CULTURE MEDIA, SPORT & TRAVEL MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR
Winner: Hope&Glory - Airbnb Floating House

NOT FOR PROFIT CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR
Winner: Shine Communications - SmearForSmear

MEDIA RELATIONS CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

Winner: MHP Communications - Missing Type

MEDIA RELATIONS CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR - IN-HOUSE

Winner: Museum of London - The Crime Museum Uncovered launch campaign

LOW BUDGET CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR
Winner: Tin Man At Your Fingertips - getting rough sleepers off the streets

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR
Winner: MHP Communications - Missing Type

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR

Winner: Nick Braund, PHA Media

IN-HOUSE TEAM OF THE YEAR

Winner: NHS Blood and Transplant media and PR team

B2B PR AGENCY OF THE YEAR
Winner: Cirkle

PUBLIC AFFAIRS AGENCY OF THE YEAR
Winner: Westminster Advisers

CONSUMER PR AGENCY OF THE YEAR

Winner: Mischief PR

INTEGRATED AGENCY OF THE YEAR

Winner: Manifest

TECHNOLOGY AGENCY OF THE YEAR

Winner: Dynamo - Taking the virtual into reality

NEW AGENCY OF THE YEAR

Winner: The Romans

SMALL AGENCY OF THE YEAR

Winner: Hope&Glory

LARGE AGENCY OF THE YEAR

Winner: Frank PR

Written by Ben Smith+, Founder, PRmoment.com



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