The Public Relations and Communications Association has named marketing social enterprise Campaign Collective on its shortlist for the inaugural Ethical Champions Awards.

The Awards are aimed at raising standards and celebrate those marketing agencies who uphold high standards, providing a guiding light for the communications industry.

To be nominated for the Awards agencies have to demonstrate ethical and industry leading practices in staff welfare, recruitment, account management and business practices.

Simon Francis, Founder Member of Campaign Collective, commented:

We delighted to have been nominated in the very small agency category for these awards so soon in our development.

Collective Members all believe that there is a better, more ethical, way of working in the marketing industry and we are determined to be at the forefront of implementing and developing best practice.

The winners of the Awards will be announced on 28 March 2017.


Campaign Collective

Campaign Collective is a social enterprise helping charities, social enterprises, public service organisations and other campaigners benefit from affordable professional communications advice and support. With all Members having over ten years experience in a range of communications skills, the Collective helps organisations create, build and deliver effective marketing campaigns. Profits are used to subsidise support for micro charities and community organisations as well as help develop the next generation of communications professionals. Visit campaigncollective.org for more information.

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