Shortlist Hat-Trick at Industry Oscars

16th September 2015

Barnsley based PR and marketing communications agency, Cream has been shortlisted in three categories at the PR's industry's top awards.

Cream has been nominated for Outstanding Small Consultancy, Best Use of Media Relations and Best Issues or Crisis Management at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) PRide Awards for Yorkshire and Lincs. The prestigious annual awards run by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) recognise the achievements of PR professionals across the UK. The company, which scooped silver in the Outstanding Small Consultancy category at last year's event, is hoping to walk away with the gold award this year. Cream, which was founded in 2011 has grown has grown consistently and quickly carved a place amongst the industry's elite in the Yorkshire region. Its client roster spans manufacturing, education, retail, digital, travel and sport. Jane Whitham, director and co-founder of Cream said: -We were elated to hear the news. The work done by the candidates shortlisted is exceptional and to be recognised amongst such a talented group is wonderful. -Three shortlistings reflect the calibre and dedication of our handpicked team. They have worked incredibly hard over the past year to win new business, expand our offering and ensure our reputation goes before us. The CIPR PRide winners will be announced at a dinner in Leeds in November.

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