Yeardsley named as IPR’s Young Communicator

The Red Consultancy’s Stuart Yeardsley, 28, has won the IPR Young Communicator 2000 award.

The Red Consultancy’s Stuart Yeardsley, 28, has won the IPR Young

Communicator 2000 award.



Account director Yeardsley beat 12 other finalists in the 25 to 30 age

category. His work at the Red Consultancy has involved projects on

brands including Microsoft, McDonald’s, Motorola and Odeon.



’He is well informed, very reflective and really understands the dot.com

culture,’ said Colin Farrington, IPR director general and chair of the

judging panel.



The award is not a first for Yeardsley. In 1998, he won a PRCA award for

the launch of Faberge’s first unisex fragrance, Fusion.



The Young Communicator Awards, sponsored by Rom-eike and Curtice,

recognise excellence in work carried out by professionals aged 30 and

under in all areas of PR.



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