River titles win coveted award at the Midlands CIPR Pride Awards

River is delighted that The Co-operative Magazine, published on behalf of Midlands Co-operative Society and The Midcounties Co-operative, has won Best External Publication at the prestigious Midlands Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) PRide Awards.

Held at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole on Friday 2 November, the awards were hosted by Jennie Bond, former BBC Royal Correspondent.  The awards were judged by a team of more than 50 judges who concentrated on measurement and effectiveness when deciding on the winning entries.

Dawn Walker, PR Officer at Midlands Co-operative Society, said in recognition of the importance of this award: "The membership magazines produced in partnership with River are a really important part of the benefits for our members so it is great to win this award.  We are delighted."

Angela Cranfield, Communications Account Co-ordinator for The Midcounties Co-operative, says: "Creating such a great, relevant publication in conjunction with Midlands Co-operative and River showcases the power of working co-operatively; I'm sure that's what the judges have picked up on in awarding us best external publication."

Dr Nicola Murphy, River's CEO, comments on the win: "We are very proud of the work we do for Midlands Co-operative Society and The Midcounties Co-operative and are delighted to have been recognised by the CIPR."

CIPR CEO, Jane Wilson MCIPR, commented: "The Midlands CIPR PRide Awards represent the best, most creative and most effective public relations work across the UK and to win an award is a great achievement".

This award comes at an important time for River having recently been shortlisted for Marketing Magazine's Content Marketing Agency of the Year. 

Posted in Member news
7thNov 2012

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