JBP staff shortlisted for major CIPR award
2 August 2013, News
JBP PR & Parliamentary Affairs are delighted to announce that two of its staff have been shortlisted for the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ Outstanding Young Communicator of the Year Award.
Both Senior Consultant Lisa Hale and Consultant Amy Thompson have been shortlisted for the award for their exceptional work at JBP over recent years.
Lisa has been instrumental in the brand development of Hotcha, the UK’s first Chinese take-away chain, and recent the launch of Bath Preservation Trust’s newly refurbished museum, No.1 Royal Crescent. Lisa has been with JBP for three years, starting as a Consultant in 2010 and rising quickly up the ranks.
Amy has shown amazing development since joining the company in 2012. She is leading the community relations and stakeholder engagement on a new mixed use development, Coyte Farm, in St Austell, Cornwall. Amy works on both our Sainsbury’s and National Grid accounts and has proved to be a vital member of the team.
The award recognises the achievements, performance and excellent work of young professionals in the industry who are making a valuable contribution to the organisations they work for and who show considerable promise as future leaders.
Both Amy and Lisa will now take part in the interview process, with the winner announced on Friday 22 November. Good luck to you both!