This award recognises the best business or trade campaign which has delivered business objectives through the use of public relations.
This award recognises the successful engagement of internal stakeholders in any sector through on-going strategic relations to promote organisational objectives.
This award recognises a successful public relations campaign which promotes a consumer product or service in any sector.
This award recognises the successful use of public relations by a public sector organisation, as well as public relations consultancies working for, or in partnership with, them.
This award recognises the successful use of public relations by a charitable or Not-for-Profit organisation, as well as public relations consultancies working for, or in partnership with, them.
This award recognises a successful public relations campaign in support of a healthcare issue, product, service or initiative, including animal healthcare.
This award recognises a successful public relations campaign demonstrating integration of a range of tactics, such as elements of the Paid, Earned, Shared and Owned (PESO) media model, to achieve its objectives.
This award recognises a successful public relations campaign with a budget of less than £15,000.
This award recognises a successful public relations campaign or project undertaken by, or on behalf of, a company operating specifically in the arts, culture or sport sectors, as well as those that promote an arts, culture or sport service, product or initiative in any sector.
This award recognises a successful public relations campaign or project undertaken by, or on behalf of, a company operating specifically in the travel, leisure or tourism sectors, as well as those that promote a travel, leisure or tourism service, product or initiative in any sector.
This award recognises a successful public relations campaign or project undertaken by, or on behalf of, a company operating specifically in the education sector, as well as those that promote an education service, product or initiative in any sector.
This award recognises the successful use of media relations in a wider public relations context that captures the imagination and meets client and/or campaign objectives.
This award recognises a successful public relations campaign or project delivering public relations objectives that make imaginative use of digital media.
This award recognises a successful public relations campaign or project delivering public relations objectives that make imaginative use of social media.
This award recognises the most original and effective use of content in a successful public relations campaign or project. Content can include, but is not limited to, video, images, graphics, GIFs, blogs, podcasts, publications and articles.
This award recognises the successful use of ethical influencer relations in a wider public relations context that captures the imagination and meets client and/or campaign objectives.
This award recognises a successful live event organised either in support of public relations objectives or as part of a wider public relations campaign.
This award recognises a publication aimed at either an organisation's external audience or internal stakeholders to meet specific public relations objectives as a one-off project or as part of a wider engagement campaign.
This award recognises the achievements, performance and excellent work of a young public relations professional who is making a valuable contribution to the organisation they work for and showing considerable promise as a future leader.
This award recognises the achievements, performance and excellent work of an independent public relations practitioner.
This award recognises the achievements, performance and excellent work of a public relations team within the public sector over the past 12 months.
This award recognises the achievements, performance and excellent work of an in-house public relations team over the past three years.
This award recognises the achievements, performance and excellent work over the past three years of a small consultancy - one with an annual PR fee income of less than £500,000.
This award recognises the achievements, performance and excellent work over the past three years of a public relations consultancy.