Monday, July 6, 2020

Nottingham PR agency shortlisted in DARE awards

The team at Nottingham based digital PR agency Motive has been named one of the best in the Midlands region by industry body the PRCA.

The agency has been shortlisted in the Small Consultancy of the Year category of the PRCA’s regional DARE awards.

The Lenton based agency, which works with clients across the UK, is one of only four agencies to be shortlisted for the award and the only one from Nottingham.

Judges selected the agency as a finalist in the Small Consultancy of the Year category after hearing of the results the team regularly achieves for a wide range of consumer and B2B clients.

It’s the latest in a series of award successes for Motive and comes less than 12 months since they won a silver award for Outstanding Small PR Agency by the CIPR (Chartered Institute of Public Relations).

The PRCA judges will announce their overall winners at an event in Birmingham scheduled to take place in late September.

Motive MD Steve McComish said: “It’s such a privilege to be named as one of the best small PR consultancies in the Midlands and to share the shortlist with three other fantastic agencies from across the region.

“It’s particularly pleasing to be named as one of the finalists for an award which celebrates the outstanding work of our whole team.

“This past year has been like no other as we have all had to adapt to working from home and all the changes and disruption that the global pandemic has brought with it.

“This award nomination is down to the hard work, creativity and sheer determination which everyone who works at Motive shares when it comes to delivering outstanding results for our clients.

“It’s a fantastic recognition of the team’s hard work both before and during the lockdown period. I’m really pleased for everyone here.”

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