Headlines has been recognised as one of the UK’s best internal communications agencies by industry experts.
The Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC) has announced we have won six awards of excellence in the 2013 IoIC awards.
Headlines was named in the ‘Best agency’ category after a hugely successful 2012.
Project Magazine – the membership publication that Headlines produces in partnership with the Association for Project Management – was recognised in the ‘Design – feature-led magazine’ category, Andrew Hubbard was named in the ‘Best editor’ section with email newsletter The Penguin completing a trio of achievements.
Andrew was joined in the ‘Best editor’ category by Headlines colleague Alicia Babaee, while Senior Editor Sue Kiddy was named in the ‘Best writer’ section.
Headlines managing director Peter Doherty said the awards were recognition of Headlines’ quality and long-standing expertise.
He said: “We’re delighted with these awards.
“Headlines strives to deliver excellent and innovative communications and these nominations reflect that.”
Each of the award of excellence winners have been short-listed as class winners.
The class winners will be announced at the IoIC Awards Dinner on Friday, 27 September, in London. “The IoIC Awards are here to celebrate excellence, something the IoIC wants everyone to achieve,” says awards chairman Louise Birkett.
“We seem to be on the right track as a number of the judges have commented how competitive the classes have been this year. Everyone who has won an award of excellence can be extremely proud of what they’ve achieved.”