We were delighted to be nominated for three CIPR PRide Awards. We take great pride in our work and we appreciate being acknowledged for our client work over the last year. Our nominations include:
Children’s Hospice Association Scotland – Better Care for Children with Shorter Lives
Nominated in the Public Affairs Campaign category, our work with CHAS focused on the launch of CHAS’s first ever Scottish Parliament election manifesto which involved extensive research, planning and strategy to execute. Indigo set up a bespoke Policy Engagement Event which gave CHAS staff, volunteers and families an opportunity to question key MSP candidates ahead of the election and to harness their energy to push for practical support.
Kingsley – The seven foot, mono-browed, dentist-deprived ray of sunshine
In association with Partick Thistle Football Club this nomination was in the Consumer Relations Campaign category. Activities to raise the profile of Scottish football’s newest and most famous mascot included a meet and greet with David ‘The Hoff’ Hasselhoff. The campaign also teamed up with six internationally renowned artists through the season to give bespoke gifts to home fans.
Change a Life in a Lunchbreak
This campaign was with Care and Repair Edinburgh and was nominated in the Not-for-Profit Campaign category. The aim of this campaign was to raise the profile of Care and Repair through PR, stakeholder engagement and social media. The ‘Change a Life in a Lunchbreak’ campaign set out to recruit more volunteers for their organisation and extensive media coverage helped them achieve that goal.
Here’s to the awards night on the 13th of October!