2018’s Drinks Business Awards: profiling the recipients

PR Company of the Year

Winner

Clarion Communications

The winner of this category was chosen for its sheer affability. The judges said that this PR firm seemed like “a fun team, and a company you would want to work for.”

The team at Clarion communications have been bursting with creative projects over the past 12 months, whether its launching a Scottish gin or teaming up with scientists to work out just why we love the sound of a cork popping. This PR team have made waves in both the trade and national press, picking up coverage with everyone from the Express to the Times.  

But of course it’s not all just stunts. Clarion takes its clients’ concerns very seriously, and just recently released a trends report dedicated to the world of drinks, and brought on a new person onto its advisory board to ensure its campaigns continue to entertain responsibly. 

Special commendation

Phipps Relations

This year’s runner up can always be relied upon to produce consistently great results. This firm has an outstanding reputation in the PR world for its client retention, and can be trusted with even the most complicated of tasks with clients; the changes to regulations in the Rioja region to name just one. Congratulations to Phipps, who the judges commended for “doing the job brilliantly.”

Shortlist

Chapman Poole
Clarion Communications
Hope & Glory
Natasha Najm PR
Phipps Relations

One Response to “2018’s Drinks Business Awards: profiling the recipients”

  1. Philmo says:

    In terms of the totality of customer satisfaction and lifetime achievement in supporting and upping the ante in the global winemaking industry, Tony’s CBE must be the most deserved ever!

    Well done sir!

    Come to think of it – why wasn’t it a knighthood?

    Best Regards

    Phil

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