Stafford PR agency boasts event organising skills
agency Stone Junction has been shortlisted by the Chartered Institute
of Public Relations for this year's Midlands PRide Awards in the Best
Event category. The nomination comes after the agency was Highly
Commended in a National Apprenticeship Award earlier this
The PRide Awards recognise and reward the inspirational work of leading public relations teams and consultancies in nine UK regions. Being shortlisted for a PRide Award showcases hard work and dedication to excellence. Winners of the Midlands PRide Awards will be announced on November 14, at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.
Since 2012, Stone Junction has been a finalist in every edition of the Midlands PRide awards. This year will see the agency add a new category to its list of achievements at the CIPR's regional awards, after previously being shortlisted for Outstanding Small Consultancy and Best Low Budget Campaign.
Stone Junction's campaign for technology firm, bITjAM, resulted in a 7,500 percent return on investment and the event we helped organise generated an impressive amount of sales leads,"� commented Richard Stone, managing director of Stone Junction. "The nomination is a good testament to the event organising skills we have in our team. It also goes to show how effective a creative event can be for a small company."
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Meet the team
Stone Junction is managed by Richard Stone, whose previous experience includes PR campaigns for Arup, AIT Plc, CIENA, Parker Hannifin, Schneider Electric, SIG, SKF, Roche and WorldCom. Well over a decade in technical and technology PR has taught him that he is only just starting out. He is a very slightly geeky father of two who lives in Stafford with his long suffering wife, aforementioned children, dog and cat.
Junction has been going from strength to strength, building up its
client base and championing the achievements of technical and
engineering firms, some of which are in Staffordshire."
Ben Adams, Staffordshire County Council