NEWS: Full honours to Staniforth at IPR NW Awards

Manchester-based agency Staniforth PR walked off with three out of the ten awards presented at last week’s IPR North West Awards.

Manchester-based agency Staniforth PR walked off with three out of the

ten awards presented at last week’s IPR North West Awards.



The agency took home prizes for the best product launch, best use of

photography and best local or regional campaign at the ceremony,

attended by 200 industry members.



The sponsorship award went to Macclesfield agency Leedex while

Liverpool-based Williams Barber Bird picked up the best business-to-

business campaign.



Manchester public relations firm Communique won the best consumer

campaign while Deloitte won the best financial or professional campaign.



The prize for best newsletter went to BNFL.



North West Water’s communications division took home two awards for best

community campaign and best use of design.



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