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  • FleishmanHillard Wins Ireland’s First Ever Cannes Lion PR Award
    News FleishmanHillard wins Ireland s first ever Cannes Lion PR Award FleishmanHillard Dublin has become the first Irish PR company ever to win a Cannes Lion PR Award for Creativity The Cannes Lions Awards are recognised as the most prestigious awards of the communications industry throughout the world FH won a bronze award for its outstanding P G campaign during London 2012 when in another first Irish paralympian Michael McKillop was awarded his Gold medal for the 1500m by his mum Catherine as part of the P G Proud Sponsor of Mums campaign P G client lead and FH Dublin Director Gill Madden along with Creative Director Brian Melarkey and Client Manager Ellen Ryan managed the intensive 20 month campaign with additional support from the wider Brand Marketing team Gill commented Having the opportunity to work on the P G Proud Sponsor of Mum campaign and be present in London throughout the Olympic and Paralympics Games in 2012 was amazing for us all To then go on to win Ireland s first Cannes Lion PR Award and receive global recognition for a first class Irish roll out is simply outstanding The FleishmanHillard Brand Marketing team has again proven its innovation fresh thinking and integrated communications ability which we bring to clients every day We are incredibly proud to be Ireland s first agency to bring a Cannes Lion PR award home The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has been running for 60 years with the PR category introduced in 2009 Since then FleishmanHillard has been an advocate for increasing the involvement of PR companies This year the judges reviewed 1 300 entries in the category a 30 increase from last year with competition from a far broader field of competitors including ad agencies digital and other speciality firms The

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  • 2013 PR Awards for Excellence shortlist
    Winning Entries 2011 Winning Entries 2010 Winning Entries 2009 Winning Entries 2008 Winning Entries 2007 Winning Entries 2006 Winning Entries 2005 Contact Us News 2013 PR Awards for Excellence shortlist Congratulations to everyone who has made the shortlist for this year s PR Awards for Excellence The gala luncheon and awards ceremony takes place at the Conrad Hotel on 21 June and we look forward to seeing you there View

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  • Joanne O’Sullivan appointed Account Manager at Pembroke Communications
    2008 Winning Entries 2007 Winning Entries 2006 Winning Entries 2005 Contact Us News Joanne O Sullivan appointed Account Manager at Pembroke Communications Joanne O Sullivan has been appointed Account Manager at Pembroke Communications where she will manage a number of accounts across the consumer and sports divisions Her client list will include Bord Gáis Energy SEAT Ireland Tesco HomeGrown Ladies Football and Leinster Rugby Joanne joins Pembroke Communications after three

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  • Ireland RepTrak™ 2013 reveals most reputable firms in Ireland
    Group Ireland is delighted to be recognised by the RepTrak TM 2013 study as the company with the best corporate reputation in Ireland This endorses the long term investment by us in the Irish market BMW s reputation is built upon our excellent products and services enjoyed by an estimated 100 000 drivers in Ireland The public face of our brand is our dealer network and their team of over 350 employees Being in first place in the RepTrak survey is a great endorsement of their efforts BMW s success is based on impressive financial performance innovative products and sound sustainability and environmental credentials All of these factors contribute to BMW s reputation and we are very honoured to see our efforts at home and abroad reflected in this award Additional insights from RepTrak TM Ireland 2013 Study show 1 39 of firms saw an increase in reputation while 40 of the firms measured have seen their reputation fall over the last 12 months 2 Just two firms BMW and Apple had a score of over 80 up one from last year 3 Of the fourteen key industry sectors measured seven have seen their industry reputations increase six have experienced a fall while one industry has remained stable Energy 4 The quality of a firm s Products Services continues to be the key reputational driver in Ireland followed by Governance and then Citizenship 5 The general public is most uncertain about companies performance in the areas of Workplace followed by Citizenship 6 However firms in Ireland score lowest on Innovation Leadership and Performance Concluded Ms Boyle The Ireland RepTrak TM 2013 results show that having a strong reputation leads to supportive consumer behaviours such as increased customer loyalty increased sales capturing market share and giving the company the benefit of the doubt in a crisis For example 61 of the general public are positive about buying products from the 10 most reputable companies compared to just 20 for the 10 least reputable Given that businesses of every size in Ireland are facing stiffer competition no organisation can afford to ignore the value of a strong reputation ends For interviews images and further information contact Ronan Roche Corporate Reputations 01 661 8915 086 046 0326 ronan corporatereputations ie Elaine Connery Corporate Reputations 01 661 8915 085 755 5703 elaine corporatereputations ie Notes to Editors Ireland RepTrak 2013 Top Ten overall Top 10 companies in Ireland RepTrak 2013 Country industry RepTrak Top Ten overall Ranking BMW Automotive 1 Apple Computer 2 Google Information Media 3 Volkswagen Automotive 4 Toyota Automotive 5 Intel Computer 6 Kerry Group Food Manufacturing 7 Marks Spencer Group Retail General 8 Cadbury Kraft Foods Ireland Food Manufacturing 9 Superquinn Retail Food 10 Top 10 indigenous Irish companies Rating Company Ireland RepTrak Top Ten Indigenous Ranking Kerry 1 Superquinn 2 An Post 3 Irish Distillers 4 Dairygold 5 Eason 6 The Irish Times 7 Aer Lingus 8 Penneys 9 Smyths Toys 10 Top Ten semi state bodies Rating company

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  • Pembroke Communications promotes Ciara Cashen to Account Manager
    PR Does PR Deliver Value for Money What is PR Find a PR Consultancy About the Awards Enter the PR Awards Winning Entries 2015 Winning Entries 2013 Winning Entries 2014 Winning Entries 2012 Winning Entries 2011 Winning Entries 2010 Winning Entries 2009 Winning Entries 2008 Winning Entries 2007 Winning Entries 2006 Winning Entries 2005 Contact Us News Pembroke Communications promotes Ciara Cashen to Account Manager Ciara Cashen has been promoted to the position of Account Manager at Pembroke Communications within its growing corporate division In her new role Ciara will manage a number of key corporate and healthcare accounts including Connacht Gold Fighting Blindness Vintners Federation of Ireland VFI Griffith College Novartis Ireland France Chamber of Commerce and Ecclesiastical Insurance Prior to joining Pembroke Communications as an account executive in 2010 Ciara also gained experience working in the communications department of the Irish Cancer Society and in the local press office of Alan Kelly TD A Bachelor of Civil Law graduate from University College Cork she holds a Masters degree in public relations from Dublin Institute of Technology Ends 2011 PRCA 84 Merrion Square Dublin 2 Ireland Tel 01 661 8004 Fax 01 676 4562 Email info prca ie Website

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  • Newly elected Public Relations Institute of Ireland President (PRII) joins Corporate Reputations as Deputy Managing Director
    News Newly elected Public Relations Institute of Ireland President PRII joins Corporate Reputations as Deputy Managing Director Leading public relations consultancy Corporate Reputations is pleased to announce that the recently elected PRII president Niall Quinn has joined the company as Deputy Managing Director Niall is one of Ireland s principal corporate and financial public relations advisors and in addition to his role as Corporate Reputation s Deputy Managing Director will lead the company s Corporate Division which counts organisations such as Investec Ireland Mason Hayes Curran RSM Farrell Grant Sparks UCD Smurfit School of Business and The Irish Times among its clients Having started his career with Ernst Young s Corporate Tax division he combines an understanding of financial and legal issues with 15 years experience devising and implementing internal and external communications strategies for financial state sector professional and regulatory bodies as well as healthcare and education clients Prior to joining Corporate Reputations Niall spent ten years with one of Ireland s leading PR consultancies Gibney Communications most recently as a Senior Account Director Well known and respected in the Irish PR industry Niall was recently elected by his peers as President of the Public Relations Institute of Ireland PRII for a two year term and also serves as both non executive Director of the PRII and its sister organisation the Public Relations Consultants Association PRCA Niall undertook his undergraduate study of business at the Faculty of Business at the Dublin Institute of Technology and is a BSc Mgmt graduate of Trinity College Dublin He is currently in his second year studying law part time at the Honorable Society of King s Inns Welcoming Niall to Corporate Reputations Niamh Boyle Managing Director of the company said Corporate Reputations has developed a strong reputation in the Irish market for delivering

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  • VisitScotland appoints Mary Crotty PR for consumer brief
    appoints Mary Crotty PR for consumer brief VisitScotland the national tourism organisation for Scotland has appointed Mary Crotty PR as its PR agency for the Republic of Ireland The agency won the account following a competitive pitch process Mary Crotty PR will work with the VisitScotland team on the tourist board s Year of Natural Scotland 2013 campaign The account adds to the agency s consumer and travel portfolio with current clients including Tesco Ireland AIB Citroën Motors Ireland Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel and Strokestown House and Park The account will be managed by Mary Crotty and Aoife Sherwin supported by Natalie Tennyson Speaking on the appointment Aoife Sherwin said Mary Crotty PR is delighted to have been appointed by VisitScotland and looks forward to working with the team on Year of Natural Scotland 2013 which celebrates Scotland s outstanding natural beauty Ruma Cummins Consumer PR Manager UK and Ireland VisitScotland commented The Irish market is key for Scottish tourism and was our third largest market in terms of volume in 2011 The Year of Natural Scotland 2013 presents a unique opportunity for the tourism industry to promote Scotland s breathtaking scenery and natural heritage We are delighted to announce the

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  • Call for entries for the 2013 PR Awards for Excellence
    Entries 2011 Winning Entries 2010 Winning Entries 2009 Winning Entries 2008 Winning Entries 2007 Winning Entries 2006 Winning Entries 2005 Contact Us News Call for entries for the 2013 Awards for Excellence in Public Relations The recognition you deserve The 2013 Awards for Excellence in Public Relations are open for business Click here to view a PDF of the brochure which includes category details and an entry form The closing

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