KOR shortlisted in the annual CIPR awards

KOR Communications is proud to have been shortlisted for this year’s PRide Awards for our entry into the STEM Campaign category.

Our entry – ‘Exeter Science Park: A formula for growth’ – tracks the progress and success of working with Exeter Science Park, to promote the world-class facility which provides office space for fast-growth science and technology based companies.

KOR worked with the Exeter Science Park team and tenants in the Centre to produce high-quality editorial, social media and newsletter content, announcing the move of new tenants and sharing news of developments at the Park. All accompanied by professional, editorial photography and video, the campaign ensured that Exeter Science Park stood out as the South West’s leading hub for STEM businesses. KOR continues to work with the Park, providing strategic communications support and creation of engaging written, video and photographic content.

The PRide Awards, organised by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), recognise outstanding work delivered by PR and communications teams across the UK. Selected by a panel of leading industry experts, the awards congratulate industry leaders and recognise achievements of PR agencies and in-house teams in each region.

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