Multi-award winning agency Acceleris has marked the start of its tenth anniversary year by being shortlisted in four categories of the PR Moment Awards celebrating industry excellence.
The agency is a finalist in the Healthcare and Public Sector categories for its work with NHS IQ and The Wheelchair Leadership Alliance, chaired by former-Paralympian Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, to improve wheelchair services nationwide.
Acceleris has also been shortlisted for Best Not-for-Profit Campaign for its work with maritime charity The Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society, and Best Consumer Campaign for its work with upcycling company Remade in Britain.
Acceleris currently holds major national and international awards – ‘Large Agency of the Year’ in the UK Public Sector Communications awards and the ‘Issues and Reputation Management’ trophy in the European Communications Excellence awards held in Stockholm, the second time in three years the agency has collected the prize.
Managing Director, Louise Vaughan said: “These awards always attract some of the best and most innovative campaigns within our industry, so it’s a real testament to the skills and commitment of the team to be shortlisted in four highly competitive categories.”
Acceleris has its headquarters in Harrogate, Yorkshire as well as offices in central London and teams in both offices worked on the shortlisted campaigns.
Awards ceremonies will be held on March 2 for the South and March 9 for the North.