RCNi appoints Clarion to promote 2018 Nurse Awards

Clarion wins RCNi Nurse Awards brief

Nursing journal publisher RCNi has appointed Clarion Communications to promote the 2018 RCNi Nurse Awards following a five-way pitch.

Clarion will raise the profile of the ceremony to attract corporate sponsorship, drive attendance, boost award entries and generally promote the nursing professions.

It will support the industry awards evening, which celebrates the best nursing care, from its launch next month through to the event next July.

Lucy Swan, managing partner at Clarion Communications, said: “We’re thrilled to be supporting the RCNi Nurse Awards and being involved in such a worthy cause. There are so many incredible stories of unsung nurses going above-and-beyond in the care of their patients – and we’re very much looking forward to helping tell those stories.”

Katherina Breen, head of events at RCNi which publishes titles including Nursing Standard, added, “We’re delighted to have Clarion on board. They are the perfect partners to promote the RCNi Nurse Awards, and we feel confident that their expertise and considered approach will help us attract corporate sponsorship and really raise the profile of the awards and all the deserving nurses that are involved.”

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