Man Bites Dog Wins Battle of the Sussex Agencies

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Business-to-business PR consultancy Man Bites Dog has won the CIPR’s coveted Outstanding Consultancy title at the 2008 CIPR PRide Awards.

The Chartered Institute of Public Relations awards recognise the best PR companies and campaigns in Sussex, the Home Counties and Surrey.

Man Bites Dog beat stiff competition to scoop the Gold Award for Outstanding Consultancy and a further two Gold Awards in the Business and Trade and Corporate Communications campaign categories.

Outstanding Consultancy
Judges commented: “Man Bites Dog is a high profile agency with enviable vital statistics, including 30% year on year growth.

“The commitment to staff development, teamwork and professional excellence are evident, and their campaigns are innovative and multi-award winning. A much deserved Gold Award.”

Managing Director and Founder, Claire Mason said: “We’re very proud that the CIPR has recognised the Man Bites Dog team as the best PR consultancy in the South East.”

Campaign Awards
Man Bites Dog’s winning Dangerous Liaisons campaign for global management consultancy Hay Group not only delivered nearly £700,000 worth of national press coverage, it also directly generated 8 million euros in consulting revenue for their client.

Judges commented: “This campaign generated serious business impact in terms of sales leads – always the best measure of a good B2B campaign.”

The awards confirm Man Bites Dog’s status as the most award-winning B2B PR consultancy in the UK.

Man Bites Dog is currently recruiting experienced PR professionals for its growing Brighton office.

Contact:

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Claire Mason
0844 561 1416
claire@manbitesdog.biz
http://www.manbitesdog.biz

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