The PRmoment Awards, in association with Opinium Research, celebrate, recognise and reward outstanding campaigns and exceptional talent in the UK PR and communications sectors.
If you missed the first entry deadline, don't worry you've still got time to get your entries in. The final entry deadline is 27th January.
You can download the entry form here.
To help you write your award winning submission, here are a selection of top tips from some of this year’s jury on what they're looking for:
“A compelling story that resonates with the target audience and showcases the brand’s raison d’etre is a must. It’s about having a simple concept, brilliantly executed.”
Bev Aujla, head of PR & policy, Kelkoo Group
“As a judge, if the work stops me in my tracks, makes me pause for thought, raises a smile or more likely, a tinge of envy, then they’ve probably nailed it.”
Andrew Roache, external affairs lead UK and Ireland, Mondelez International
“Being an in-house person who signs off campaign budgets, I love creativity that drives brand loyalty and wins over new customers.”
Doyel Maitra, group communications director and board member, Hachette UK
“If you can sell your idea in a single sentence, you’re probably onto something. I would love to see original ideas that actually have an impact beyond vanity metrics.”
Caroline Fisher, comms director EMEA, ASICS
“Think differently about your entry and make sure it’s as engaging and inspiring as your campaign was - clearly demonstrate the impact you made through relevant metrics and show us why and how you got everyone talking!”
Fiona Mills, brand communications manager, Greggs
“Given the year we've had when most had budgets and resources slashed, I will be looking for how you maximised what you had to work with and levelled-up on creativity.”
Roopa Ramaiya, VP of communications, Feedzai
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