Tin Man has been shortlisted for eight CIPR Excellence Awards this year, with Brands2Life nominated seven times, Mischief up for six, and Ketchum and MHP in the running for five awards each.
Tin Man’s nominations include Consumer Relations Campaign, Best Use of Media Relations, Automotive, Arts, Culture or Sports, Best Event and Outstanding Small PR Consultancy.
Also in the running for Outstanding Small PR Consultancy are Genesis PR, Holistic, Jargon PR, JPR and spottydog communications.
Shortlisted agencies for Outstanding Large PR Consultancy are Hotwire, Instinctif Partners, PHA Media and Brands2Life.
Brands2Life is also in the Consumer Relations Campaign, Global PR Campaign, STEM Campaign, Best use of Media Relations, Best Use of Digital and Best Event categories.
Mischief is in with the chance to pick up six awards, including Best Use of Social and Best Use of Digital, while Ketchum and MHP have been shortlisted for five awards each, including Global PR Campaign and Consumer Relations Campaign for Ketchum; and Public Affairs Campaign and Public Sector Campaign for MHP.
Battling it out to win Outstanding Mid-Sized PR Consultancy this year will be Berkeley PR, Cirkle, Dynamo, Finn, Lucre PR and Stripe Communications.
In the running to win the IoD PR Director of the Year is MBDA’s Howard Borrington and O2’s Nicola Green (winner of the 2015 Suzy Spirit Award).
In the Outstanding Young Communicator of the Year category, the shortlist comprises Kazoo PR’s Emily Jones, spottydog Communications’ Katie Bregazzi, Scriba PR’s Katie Mallinson, Citypress’ Kelly Hollidge, Augur’s Max Tatton-Brown and Stripe Communications’ Shaun Bell.
Winners of the 2016 CIPR Excellence Awards will be announced at an awards ceremony in London on 8 June.
The full shortlist can be viewed here.