Our line-up of industry awards includes best trade business-to-business marketing campaign, most effective PR campaign and best PR campaign.
The cherry on our cake was being judged ‘Outstanding small consultancy of the year’ at the CIPR (Chartered Institute of Public Relations) PRide Awards for three years running in 2008, 2009 and 2010!
|2012||B2B Marketing Awards – Best corporate decision maker-targeted campaign – shortlisted, PMI Health Group (results due 22/11/12)|
|How-Do Awards – Best B2B Integrated marketing communications campaign of the year, PMI Health Group|
|2010||CIPR North West PRide Awards – Outstanding Small Consultancy, Gold|
|2009||CIPR North West PRide Awards – Outstanding Small Consultancy, Gold|
|CIPR North West PRide Awards – Best Business and Corporate Campaign, Gold, Navman Wireless|
|Fresh: PR Awards 2009 – Freshest B2B campaign, Highly Commended, Navman Wireless|
|2008||CIPR North West PRide Awards – Outstanding Small Consultancy, Gold|
|2007||CIPR North West PRide Awards – Business and Trade Campaign, Gold, Navman Wireless|
|Financial Services Forum – Most Effective Public Relations Campaign, Commended, imarket|
|B2B Marketing Awards – Best Public Relations Campaign, Runner-up, imarket|
“Having formed a partnership with a design studio, the Cameron Wells team is able to provide a full service to clients. The consultancy continues to win business by word of mouth from delighted clients. The commitment to training and development is significant for the size of the consultancy and staff benefits, motivation and remuneration programmes are great examples of best practice.”
Chartered Institute of Public Relations judges, November 2010
“Cameron Wells Communications were commendable winners of the NW Outstanding Small Consultancy award, having proved to set itself challenging and importantly realisable objectives. Their achievements were notable with great client endorsements. They showed that PR is great fun and through consistent effort and diligence, they leveraged their client’s standing with the media & market.”
Chartered Institute of Public Relations judges, November 2008