Fifteen prestigious CIPR PRide award shortlistings for Hull-based agency’s clients

A Hull-based marketing, design and PR agency is celebrating after its work has been shortlisted for fifteen prestigious industry awards across three judging regions.

Mercury Design and Marketing’s work has been shortlisted in the Yorkshire and Humber region Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) PRide Awards, as well as the Marfleet Lane-based company helping clients make the shortlist in the North West and Midlands awards.

Six of the agency’s clients are up for a wide variety of awards, including Humber Economic Partnership, Hull Business Week, Beverley Racecourse and First Hull Trains, as well as Manchester Airport and East Midlands Airport being shortlisted for a raft of awards which Mercury helped write the bids for.

Humber Economic Partnership, which runs Hull Business Week, has been shortlisted for an incredible six categories at the Yorkshire and Humber awards, as has Manchester Airport but for awards in the North-West region. East Midlands Airport was also shortlisted for the Crisis Communications award in the Midlands region.

Beverley Racecourse’s new Lucky in Love event, which was organised and managed in partnership with Mercury back in June, has been shortlisted for Best Event at the Yorkshire and Humber Awards, which will take place on November 10 in Leeds.

Meanwhile, First Hull Trains has been shortlisted for the Internal Communications work it does, which includes a variety of publications and initiatives implemented by Mercury.

Kelly Todd, director of Mercury, said: “This is an amazing result for our clients. We were absolutely thrilled to hear so many of the organisations that we have worked with in the last year have been shortlisted. Fifteen shortlisted CIPR PRide awards across three regions is an incredible achievement.

“It really is testament to the hard work of our team and the way in which we work with our clients to produce results. We’re incredibly proud of what we’ve achieved over the last year and we’re really looking forward to the results of awards.”