Muckle PRoud to be shortlisted for six industry awards

Muckle PRoud to be shortlisted for six industry awards

Muckle Media finished last week on a high after being shortlisted for six CIPR PRide awards, including outstanding public relations agency.

The extensive shortlist reflects an exciting six months for Muckle Media, working on high profile client campaigns such as ultra-endurance athlete Mark Beaumont’s challenge to cycle around the world in 80 days, and launching People’s Energy, the first energy company which will give 75% profits back to customers. Muckle Media helped People’s Energy achieve its crowdfunding target of £450,000 by spreading their message to people across the UK, achieving a media reach of over 30 million.

Muckle Media’s activity with Mark Beaumont has been shortlisted for the Arts, Culture and Sport Campaign, with other client nominations including People’s Energy Consumer Relations Campaign and Best Use of Media Relations, plus a Corporate and Business Communications Campaign nomination for the team’s work with Entrepreneurial Spark, the world’s largest free business accelerator.

In addition to four client nominations, Muckle Media has also been shortlisted for Outstanding Public Relations Consultancy of the Year, and Outstanding Young Communicator for Account Manager, Ellie Wagstaff. The last six months have also seen the company continue to expand with a number of key appointments including Head of Client Services, Sujarda Herring, and Annie Diamond who has taken the role of Head of Media and Events.

The team now has a nail-biting wait until 5th October when the results will be announced at an awards ceremony in Glasgow. See the full shortlist here:

Wish us luck!

Fiona Reyner, Trainee Account Executive, @mucklemedia