PLMR has been repeatedly recognised for its quality of work. We have won two Gold Lions for Public Affairs and Best Use of Media Relations at the prestigious Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity for our work in promoting transformational primary school, Durand Academy.
Most recently, we won the Social Media Campaign of the Year at the 2017 Public Affairs Awards for our work with CACHE on the Save Our Early Years campaign.
Our awards demonstrate how we launch big ideas, promote the profiles of our clients, and build brand identity on national and international platforms.
In the 2016 Public Affairs Awards, we won the Consultancy Campaign of the Year award for our campaign: LCY Means Business: Making the Case for London City Airport’s £334m Expansion, and the award for the Best In-House Consultancy Collaboration for our work with Care England to secure the future of state-funded social care. We won the Best In-House Consultancy Collaboration in 2015 for our work with A Fair Tax on Flying for their Scrap the Tax on Family Flights campaign.
2014 saw PLMR take home the award for Best Public Affairs Campaign at the annual PR Week Awards, awarded for our work with Boost Bingo, that reduced duty on bingo from 20% to 10% through a lobbying campaign.
We are a PR Week Top 150 Company, recognising the excellence of our PR and media relations work, and in 2018 we were nominated for Public Affairs Consultancy of the Year in the Holmes Report EMEA Consultancies of the Year Awards.
On top of our many awards, we receive frequent nominations for a variety of awards, from bodies including the PRCA, CorpComms and more. In addition, several of our consultants have been shortlisted for the prestigious Douglas Smith Award for the Young Public Affairs Consultant of the Year at the Public Affairs Awards, with others being nominated for other accolades such as Young Achiever at the CorpComms Awards.