IPR Scotland and The Drum magazine hosted the second annual ceremony in Glasgow, with more than 300 guests attending the gala dinner.
The judges lauded the achievements of 3x1 founders Julie McGarvey and Cameron Grant, who started the firm less than three years ago and now employ five staff, with clients including Kronenbourg 1664 .
The Best Large Consultancy Award went to Weber Shandwick, while the Edinburgh-based team of the merged Halifax and Bank of Scotland, HBOS, won Best In-House Team, and the Scottish Qualifications Authority scooped Best Public Sector Team.
Network Rail external liaison officer Linda McIntyre won the Hamp Hamilton Young Young Communicator Award for her work reducing vandalism and trespassing on railway lines.
In the campaigns categories, Weber Shandwick’s work with the Seafish Industry Authority won the Best B2B Campaign, while 3x1’s campaign for Highland Spring won Best Consumer Campaign.