Winners announced in CIPR Excellence Awards 2016

MHP, Tin Man and Stripe were multiple winners at the CIPR Excellence Awards 2016 in London last night - while Hotwire was named large consultancy of the year.

The event at Old Billingsgate united 700 professionals from 120 agencies and in-house teams, with gongs handed out in 29 categories after deliberation by 85 judges.

The winners were:

  • Corporate and business comms campaign: CYBG, Introducing the UK's Largest Challenger Bank
  • Internal comms campaign: Northumbrian Water Group, Introducing Nature Watch
  • Consumer relations campaign: Tin Man, Pulling Power: Giving Advanced Driving Courses Sex Appeal
  • Public sector campaign: The NHS Sussex and Spirit, #notQUITEanemergency
  • Corporate social responsibility campaign: Ketchum and P&G, Actions Speak Louder Than Words
  • Public affairs campaign: MHP Communications, Drop the Duty: A Campaign to Cut Alcohol Tax ?
  • Not-for-profit campaign: WaterAid, #ifmenhadperiods
  • Healthcare campaign: Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation Trust, Alder Hey in the Park: The Future of Children's Healthcare
  • Integrated campaign: MHP Communications/Engine for NHS Blood and Transplant, Missing Type
  • Global PR campaign: Teamspirit Public Relations, Henderson Global Investors – Henderson Global Dividend Index
  • Issues or crisis management: Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Dangerous Dogs
  • Automotive campaign: Taylor Herring, Fit Kwik
  • Low-budget campaign: Kelso Consulting, Black Friday Website Crashes
  • STEM campaign: Brands2Life, Outlining the Future of Government Digital Services for EMC
  • Arts, culture or sport campaign: Pitch, Betfair - Switching Saddles
  • Education comms campaign: University of Derby, Guide to Expertise: Connecting the Media With Academic Expertise
  • Best use of media relations: Tin Man, Pulling Power: Giving Advanced Driving Courses Sex Appeal
  • Best use of digital: Mischief PR and The National Trust, Creating the Nation's Ode to the Coast
  • Best use of social media: University of Glasgow, Social Media Promotion of the Discovery of Gravitational Waves
  • Best external publication: VisitScotland's Set in Scotland – A Film Fan's Odyssey
  • Best internal publication: Beetroot's Outside In (for RBS)
  • Best event: Tin Man, Sweet Success: Creating a Sunday Times Bestseller
  • Outstanding young communicator: Shaun Bell MCIPR, Stripe Communications
  • Outstanding independent practitioner: Hilary Berg, Hilary Berg Consulting
  • CIPR/Institute of Directors PR director of the year: Nicola Green, O2
  • Outstanding in-house PR team: Direct Line
  • Outstanding small PR consultancy: Holistic
  • Outstanding mid-sized PR consultancy: Stripe Communications
  • Outstanding large PR consultancy: Hotwire

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