PR WEEK AWARDS: And the winners will be ... - The first chance to see the finalists and sponsors of the 1999 PR Week awards

THE PR NEWSWIRE EUROPE AWARD

THE PR NEWSWIRE EUROPE AWARD



CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR



To be announced



THE KETCHUM AWARD



PR PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR



To be announced



THE TELLEX MONITORS AWARD



CONSULTANCY OF THE YEAR



Cohn and Wolfe



Firefly Communications



Fishburn Hedges



Lansons Communications



The Red Consultancy



THE BURSON-MARSTELLER AWARD



IN-HOUSE DEPARTMENT OF THE YEAR



Action Research



Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council



London Borough of Hackney



Marie Curie Cancer Care



Meningitis Research Foundation



THE FLEISHMAN-HILLARD AWARD



EUROPEAN COMMUNICATOR OF THE YEAR



To be announced



THE SHANDWICK INTERNATIONAL AWARD



YOUNG ACHIEVER OF THE YEAR



Tristia Clarke, Charles Barker BSMG Worldwide



Will Golby, Citigate Technology



Helen Reade, London Borough of Hackney



Julia Tollis, GCI Healthcare



Ben Wilson, Brighton and Hove Council/The Cabinet Office



THE MEDIAN RECRUITMENT AWARD



BEST NEW CONSULTANCY



Cubitt Consulting



Life Communications



Penrose Financial



Shine Communications



The Television Consultancy



THE MEDIADISK AWARD



BEST SMALL CONSULTANCY



Focus PR



Northern Profile PR



Phipps PR



R-JH Public Relations



Stewart-Muir Communications



BEST CHARITY OR NON-COMMERCIAL CAMPAIGN



Sea Smart, Biss Lancaster



Winter Deaths Campaign, Help the Aged



Nunnykirk Centre for Dyslexia, Northern Profile PR



Indecent Exposure, Royal National Institute for Deaf People



Kidsplay with Hillary Clinton, Shandwick, Northern Ireland



Grinling Gibbons: The Art of Carving, Victoria and Albert Museum



THE TAMESIS AWARD



BEST BUSINESS CAMPAIGN



Launching Future School into the UK Education Sector, 3G

Communications



Eurofighter: Kicking up a Typhoon, Biss Lancaster



The Case for Flexible Working, Fishburn Hedges



Gas for the Chemical Industry, McCann-Weber Public Relations and

McCann-Erickson



Deansgate Locks, Spin Media



THE OGILVY PUBLIC RELATIONS WORLDWIDE AWARD



BEST CONSUMER CAMPAIGN



iMac Launch, Bite Communications



Launch of British Tomato Season/Sex, Bugs and Rock ’n’ Roll, Hammond

Communications



American Express - Blue, Hill and Knowlton



McVitie’s Science of Dunking, Lexis Public Relations



Four Naked People Alone in a Room with the Internet, The Red

Consultancy



THE PUBLIC RELATIONS CONSULTANTS ASSOCIATION AWARD



THE PROOF AWARD



Bluewater Launch Campaign, Cohn and Wolfe



SAP (UK) Into the Boardroom, Harvard Centro



From Bricks to Bytes - The Launch of Lego Mindstorms, Manning Selvage

and Lee



Bite Size Courses, Northern Lights PR



BEST PUBLIC AFFAIRS CAMPAIGN



The Bus Pensions Campaign, APCO UK



Winter Deaths Campaign, Help the Aged



Pfizer UK and Europe Corporate Headquarters, PPS Group



To Drill or Not to Drill, That is the Question!, Shandwick



Within Reach, The Rowland Company



THE COI/TAS AWARD



BEST PUBLIC SECTOR CAMPAIGN



Piggy-Back Bins, Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council



Fixing the Heroin Debate, Health Education Board for Scotland



Rehabilitating the Health Police, Health Education Board for

Scotland



Edmonton Partnership Initiative, London Borough of Enfield



Directions Pack 1998, The Visual Works and NKA Townscape



BEST CORPORATE COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT



Play Safe Stay Safe, Biss Lancaster



Millennium Gardens, BMA Communications



Energy Champions, City Press PR



Be Safe, Be Seen, Communique Public Relations



To Drill or Not to Drill, That is the Question!, Shandwick



THE PARKER BISHOP AWARD



BEST CRISIS MANAGEMENT CAMPAIGN



Newbury Bypass Opening, Central Office of Information



Skiworld Fights Back, Jane Howard PR



Managing a Media Onslaught, Ruder-Finn



VW Blacklists Autobytel, The Drum Consultancy



BEST INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGN



IPEX ’98, AD Communications



Global Tea and Health: From High Science to High Street,

Burson-Marsteller



European Day of Disabled People, Ogilvy PR Worldwide



Siemens Be Inspired, Shandwick International



BEST HEALTHCARE CAMPAIGN



The Aspirin Age, Henderson Group One



The Invisible Difference, Hill and Knowlton



The Pressure to be Perfect, The Red Consultancy



Preying on the Young, Ruder Finn



Corticosteroid - Induced Osteoporosis, Sante Communications



BEST TECHNOLOGY CAMPAIGN



Legally Speaking, August.One Communications/Text100



The Case for Flexible Working, Fishburn Hedges



Re-opening ICL’s Future Focus Demonstration Centre, Grayling



Four Naked People Alone in a Room with the Internet, The Red

Consultancy



Making Nokia the Upwardly



Mobile Phone,



The Red Consultancy



THE COLOPHON AWARD



BEST INTERNAL PUBLICATION



Abbeyview Magazine, Abbeyview Creative Services/John Brown Contract

Publishing



Adventure, AB Publishing



Reaction, Action Research



Big Picture, Chandler Gooding



Carlsberg Tetley’s ’The News’, Ketchum



Britvic News, Paragon Golin/Harris



Waterfront, United Utilities



BEST USE OF BROADCAST



Rolls Royce at the 1998 Farnborough Air Show, Bulletin International and

Rolls Royce



The Chancellor’s Budget, Countrywide Porter Novelli



Red Nose Day Radiothon, EMR/Xtrax



Switch On!, Starfish Communications



Whitbread Book Awards



The Television Consultancy



THE PROFILE PR AWARD



BEST USE OF NEW MEDIA



Allied Dunbar Online, Advantage



Reputation Management Online, Fishburn Hedges



Launch of the Framlington NetNet Fund, Lansons Communications



Science Race 99, Prowse and Company



The Knoll Obesity Virtual Press Office, Ruder-Finn



BEST CORPORATE VIDEO/BUSINESS TV



One Brand, Creation Communications



Sainsbury’s Business Television, CTN



Abbey National’s Guide to ISAs, The Edge Picture Company



Every Customer Offered Help, The Edge Picture Company



World Update 2, Jacaranda



THE ECHO RESEARCH AWARD



BEST USE OF RESEARCH



Redefining Retirement, Colette Hill Associates



Rage against the Machine, Firefly Communications



Loot and the Second Hand Market, Jane Howard PR



McVitie’s Science of Dunking, Lexis Public Relations



What is the City but the People?, Shandwick



BEST USE OF SPONSORSHIP



17 Cosmetics Sponsorship of the Big Breakfast Find me a Model

Competition,



Boots the Chemists



Absolut Cobblers, Cohn and Wolfe



Ellen MacArthur, Route Du Rhum Transatlantic Race 1998,

Kingfisher/Offshore Challenges



T in the Park, KLP Euro RSCG



Scrumpy Jack’s 1999 Cricket



World Cup, Powell Communication Consultants



BEST PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITY



Putting Rail Catering on the Right Track, Countrywide Porter Novelli

(Leeds)



There’s Only 11 Michael Owens, Mason Williams PR



Launch of National Marriage Week 1999, Oasis Media



Kidsplay with Hillary Clinton, Shandwick, Northern Ireland



Slazenger Wimbledon Campaign, Shine Communications.



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