We’ve only gone and done it again…..for a second year in a row, we have won ‘Outstanding Small Consultancy’ of the year at the CIPR Cymru Wales PRide Awards.
Beating off strong competition from two other agencies, we were judged the best small agency in Wales by a national panel of industry experts.
Judges said: “jamjar PR is a strong, experienced agency who possess a powerful combination of humble sentiment, big thinking, big wins and big results. This young agency has displayed strategic, creative and original thinking for their clients and created a highly likeable brand of their own.”
At the dinner attended by hundreds of the country’s leading PR practitioners, we also won awards in the ‘Corporate and Business Communications’ and ‘Integrated Communications’ categories.
Receiving praise for a job well done is inspiring and it is always rewarding for any business to be recognised within its own industry. By its very nature, however, a good PR agency is valued not by what it has done for itself, but what it does for its clients.
We work extremely hard to deliver cost-effective, creative communications solutions to our clients that make a tangible difference to their business, so it is great that our efforts for Watkins & Gunn Solicitors and Traveline Cymru have been recognised in these awards also.
We’re really proud of what we have achieved in the past year and look forward to future successes. We hope this recognition by our professional peers gives new clients confidence in choosing to work with us and reassures longstanding clients that we’re at the top of our game. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of our friends, family and clients for their continued support.
We weren’t the only winners on Friday and want to say a huge congratulations to our client James Taylor of SuperStars who clinched the overall Director of the Year award at the IOD UK Finals. We’ve known and worked with James since the early days of SuperStars and it’s great to see that his hard work, passion and talent has been recognised and rewarded. Well done James – you’ve done Wales proud!
Now where’s that bottle of bubbly!