PERCEPTIVE Partners Communications has been selected as a finalist at the annual Chartered Institute of Public Relations (Scotland) Awards in the Best External Publication category for its work on ASsure, a client magazine for leading law firm, Anderson Strathern.
Perceptive was commissioned by Anderson Strathern to produce a high quality magazine for their existing and potential private clients that would give them real stand out over their competitors and appeal to clients across the generations. ASsure magazine was designed, written and project managed by Perceptive. The magazine resulted in hugely positive feedback both from clients and staff at Anderson Strathern.
Managing director of Perceptive, Julie Moulsdale, said: “We were already very pleased with the great feedback about the magazine from Anderson Strathern and their clients, so to have this reinforced by independent external recognition is the icing on the cake.”
Robert Carr, chair of Anderson Strathern, said: “Partners, staff and most importantly, our private clients love the fresh style and high quality content of the magazine. It reflects the firm well and really engages with our clients – well beyond our expectations. This recognition is well deserved given the quality of the work.”
The CIPR PRide Awards, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, is the only UK wide awards scheme that recognises excellence in the public relations and communications sector and each year receive thousands of entries from PR freelancers, consultancies and in-house teams UK wide.
Winners of the awards will be announced at a glittering event at Glasgow’s Grand Central Hotel on Thursday 24 October.
About Perceptive Partners Communications
Perceptive was launched in 2006 to provide expert communications advice, with all team members being skilled specialists with at least ten years’ experience in their relevant field. Perceptive is focused on delivering better communication which leads to better business results. Clients include Cisco, EMC, Mactaggart & Mickel, Kier Construction and City Legacy, the property consortium building the Athletes’ Village for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
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