Creative communications agency jamjar PR has been shortlisted for ‘Outstanding Small Consultancy of the Year’ at the 2015 CIPR Cymru Wales PRide awards.
The Cowbridge-based agency, spearheaded by PR practitioner Lyndsey Jenkins, is going for a hat-trick having won the award for the past two years.
The agency’s work for entrepreneur James Taylor, tapas restaurant Bar 44 and contemporary visual arts exhibition Artes Mundi 6 has also been recognised in four award categories – Corporate & Business Communication Campaign, Consumer Relations Campaign, Best Use of Social Media and Arts, Sport & Culture Campaign.
A joint campaign in association with Sport Wales is also up for an award in the Public Sector campaign category.
Now in its 12th year, the CIPR PRide Awards are the most credible UK-wide awards in the public relations industry. They recognise and celebrate outstanding campaigns, PR professionals and teams across 9 UK nations and regions.
Commenting on the shortlist, managing director Lyndsey Jenkins said: “We are delighted to be shortlisted for such a significant award for the third year running. It is a great honour and a real reflection of the hard work the team puts into our clients’ work on a daily basis.
“We work extremely hard to deliver creative, engaging and results-driven communications campaigns while still being cost effective so this external acknowledgement is very gratifying.
“We look forward to attending the awards ceremony and hope to continue to grow jamjar PR to the benefit of our clients.”
Since it was established in 2012, jamjar PR has built up an impressive reputation for delivering creative, multi-platform communication campaigns to clients in the private, public and not-for-profit sector including National Museum of Wales, Cardiff Bus, Traveline Cymru and Oil 4 Wales.