News Release: Issued 5th October 2012.
PR consultant, Lindsey Collumbell, from Ashtead, Surrey has won two business awards in recognition of her excellence in public relations. Run by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), these PRide awards recognise excellence in public relations by companies across all regions of the UK.
Lindsey Collumbell has been named Best Freelance Practitioner, winning the gold award, and scooped silver in the Best Digital Campaign category for a website she developed, out of a pool of entries from across Surrey, Sussex and Kent (classed as the Home Counties South region).
“To be named Best Freelance again, after winning this award last year, is personally very rewarding,” says Lindsey of Bojangle Communications. “The judges look for achievements, performance and excellent work over the last three years so to retain the title is a great endorsement of my business and recognition of the results I achieve for clients.”
On naming Lindsey Collumbell as Best Freelancer, the judges said: “Lindsey clearly delivers a very valuable service to her clients that exceeds their expectations and is fit for purpose to meet their business needs. She clearly knows how to ensure her business succeeds in a challenging economic climate and has shown growth results that exceeded targets which is testament to the quality of her work.”
The Best Digital Campaign recognises excellence in the way that digital media is used to achieve business results. “Providing imaginative solutions to achieve business results is at the heart of what I do for all clients. To have my work independently recognised by judges with many years of industry experience is something I am very proud of and shows clients that my work is amongst the best in the region,” says Lindsey Collumbell.
Notes to Editors:
“The Home Counties South CIPR PRide Awards celebrate the best PR and communications campaigns and teams from across the region. The sheer number of high quality entries received this year, especially when things are still pretty tough out there economically, is testament to a thriving regional industry. The CIPR PRide Awards represent the best, most creative and most effective public relations work across the UK, and to be judged a Gold or Silver winner means your work has been judged as amongst the best in your area by leading PR experts,” Says Jane Wilson, CEO of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR).