Glover, who joined WS as a graduate trainee three years ago, was lauded for his passion for technology and his 80 per cent success rate when pitching for new business.
The awards are aimed at recognising young achievers and are open only to PR professionals working below account director level.
The Countryside Alliance’s Liberty and Livelihood March on 22 September last year won the special Judges’ Award as the high point in a long-
running campaign aimed at raising awareness of rural issues. The campaign has generated huge international and national media coverage over the past year.
Best B2B Campaign went to McCann Erickson Public Relations, Best Consumer Campaign to Harrison Cowley and Best Corporate Campaign to Grant Butler Coomber.
The full-list of winners and finalists is available on the PRCA website at www.prca.org.uk.