The Ipswich-based agency also won in the consumer relations and measurement categories.
The bash was attended by about 100 of the region’s top PR operators, with Kidney Research UK winning three golds and Essex County Council winning four golds.
The latter triumphed in the outstanding in-house team section, while employee Michael Page, an account director, picked up the outstanding young communicator accolade.
The best regional campaign award went to Norfolk County Council, for Fair Fares – which seeks more funding from central Government for the concessionary bus fare scheme.
Chair of the CIPR East Anglia Group Rachael Paddick MCIPR said: ‘Opportunities have clearly been harnessed to deliver tangible impact against challenging objectives. We’ve got better at cutting through the noise to justify the worth of comms.’