October 17th, 2013
Having just blown out the candles on the company’s second birthday cake, the team at Massive PR has another reason to celebrate! Not only has the past year at Massive been marked by successes including a number of new client wins, 100% client retention from last year, and a rapidly expanding team, and but the results-driven PR firm was also recognised for its excellence in the PR industry in Northern Ireland at the annual CIPR Pride Awards held on 11th October at the Culloden Estate & Spa, Holywood.
Massive was awarded Silver in the category of ‘Best Small Consultancy’ and was acknowledged for its small team delivering ‘Massive’ results. Additionally, Massive was also named a finalist in the category of Not-for-Profit campaign for the agency’s campaign promoting the Royal Does Strictly fundraising event which raised over £150,000 for the Children’s MRI Scanner Appeal at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children.
CIPR President Sue Wolstenholme FCIPR, commented: “The Northern Ireland CIPR PRide Awards celebrate the very best public relations campaigns, teams and individuals from across NI. The exceptional quality of entries received this year is a real testament to the thriving industry which exists here. The CIPR PRide Awards represent the best, most creative and most effective public relations work across the UK regions and nations and to win a silver award is a great achievement which means your work has been judged as amongst the best in the area by leading public relations experts.”
Julie McCabe, Managing Director, Massive PR added: “This has been a year of tremendous growth for Massive. I am delighted with our team’s successes this year and am looking forward seeing what the next year has in store for us. As a small team, it is important that our campaigns are executed efficiently and that our results are not a reflection of our staff numbers. Being recognised for high-impact campaigns like the Royal Does Strictly was a huge testament to our ability to bring Massive results for our clients.