PRCA honours the best of digital PR and communications talent

PR professionals from across the UK gathered recently in London for the PRCA Digital Awards 2022 ceremony.

The black-tie evening – hosted by Ella Williamson – celebrated the winners of 14 different categories.

The night saw Jargon PR CEO Simon Corbett recognised for his outstanding contribution to the industry. APCO Worldwide Senior Consultant (Strategy & Campaigns) Richard de Pencier was honoured as the Digital Professional of
the Year.

The Awards were sponsored by CARMA, e-shot, Milk & Honey PR, and Reuben Sinclair.

PRCA Director General, Francis Ingham said:

“Last night’s PRCA Digital Awards offered a powerful testimony of the tremendous work digital PR and communications practitioners have delivered for clients, organisations and people over the past year. Digital PR continues to grow at incredible speed and so has the talent. Congratulations to all the winners!”

The Winners:
Best Digital Marketing Campaign
Instinctif Partners (Africa/Germany)         
Atingi
 
Best Social Media Campaign
Mind+Matter
Smear Word
 
Best Use of a Communication Tool in a Campaign
PLMR
Stop Mass Homelessness Online Tool
 
Best Audio in a Campaign
BCW
The Hep-cast: Uncovering the human impact of hepatitis C
 
Best Use of Content Marketing in a Campaign
Third City & Starling Bank
Make Money Equal
 
Best Use of Paid Media in a Campaign
OneFifty Consultancy & Mazda
Beautiful Is On The Horizon
 
Best Use of Reporting and Measurement in a Campaign
OneFifty Consultancy & Mazda
Beautiful Is On The Horizon
 
Best Use of Social Influencers in a Campaign
Sunny Side Up
Victoria blackberries: The Pyramid of Pain
 
Best Use of Video in a Campaign
Brands2Life
Sitecore Santa
 
Digital Professional of the Year
Richard de Pencier, APCO Worldwide
 
Digital Journalist/Blogger of the Year
Paul Sutton
 
Outstanding Contribution Award
Simon Corbett, Jargon PR
 
In-house Digital Team of the Year
International Hydropower Association
 
Digital Agency of the Year
Battenhall

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