Our shortlisting for prestigious award

Written by Faith PR


Pride awards

Faith has recently been shortlisted for the Outstanding Small PR Agency award in the 2019 Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) PRide Awards for Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

We are one of the top three contenders for the prestigious award, which is judged by a team of industry leading experts and recognises the outstanding work and professionalism of PR agencies and in-house teams across the UK.

The team have enjoyed a series of recent client wins, including global energy management business Kinect Energy and Woven in Kirklees, a new bi-annual festival that celebrates the rich textiles heritage across Kirklees and the digital innovations paving the way for the future.

In addition to taking on new clients, we have enjoyed a number of highly successful campaigns, including for Land Rover Defender specialists Twisted Automotive, following the company’s successful three-year legal battle against Jaguar Land Rover over the use of the letters LR in the name of its sister company, LR Motors.

Speaking of the shortlisting, Stefanie Hopkins, commented: “We are delighted to have been shortlisted in the Outstanding Small PR Agency award category. It truly is a testament to the dedication of our team here at Faith PR.

“This past year has been an exciting time for the agency as we have won numerous new accounts whilst delivering some truly outstanding work for our clients.”

Last year, we went home with the gold Corporate and Business Communications Campaign award for our work with Johnsons of Whixley Ltd, a family-run horticultural nursery.

The Yorkshire and Lincolnshire PRide Awards Dinner will take place at The Queens, City Square, Leeds, on Thursday 21 November.

Faith PR is shortlisted alongside Social Communications and Capital B Media.

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