Nelson Bostock wins large consultancy of the year at PRCA Awards

Nelson Bostock Group scooped large consultancy of the year at last night's PRCA Awards, held at London's Park Lane Hilton.

Rufus Hound: presented the awards
Rufus Hound: presented the awards
Forty organisations collected trophies at the ceremony for the PRCA Awards 2011, including Mischief PR for medium-sized consultancy of the year, and Bondy Consulting for small consultancy.
 
Other winners included BDB for international consultancy of the year and Man Bites Dog for specialist consultancy of the year.
 
The event, hosted by comedian Rufus Hound, also saw O2 win in-house team of the year, while in-house professional of the year was handed to Debenhams head of PR Ed Watson.
 
PRCA chief executive Francis Ingham praised the ‘incredible talent’ of those picking up awards.
 
‘A great deal of hard work went into making this year the PRCA’s biggest ever awards both in terms of entries and attendance,’ said Ingham. ‘I would like to thank the Awards sponsors, all the judges and the entrants themselves for making this a night to remember.’
 
Gong Muse and Barclays walked away with agency and in-house campaigns of the year, in front of 840 of their peers.
 
Shine Communications account manager Kate McGregor and IAM comms officer Caroline Holmes won agency and in-house young communicators of the year awards.

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