Tangerine on Sabre Awards Shortlist and Top Ten PR Week Agency Ranking
Leading communications consultancy, Tangerine, has been shortlisted for a Gold SABRE Award in the Real Estate and Construction Category for its work with construction data specialists, Barbour ABI.
Hosted by the Holmes Report, the SABRE Awards celebrates superior achievement in branding reputation and engagement, and attracts more than 2,000 entries from across the EMEA region every year.
Tangerine has also been awarded an In2 Silver SABRE certificate of excellence for PR Agency Citizenship for its work creating The Juice Academy social media apprenticeship initiative. Recognised by the National Apprenticeship Service, the scheme was launched in 2013 to deliver industry-leading digital communications training for young people to tackle the skills gap in the North West marketing sector.
In addition, Tangerine has also been ranked eighth largest communications agency outside London in PR Week’s Global Agency Business Report: Outside London Table 2015. Published once a year, the report lists the most influential consultancies in the UK and around the globe, tracking the development of the sector.
Sandy Lindsay, Tangerine’s founder and chair said: “Both the SABRE Awards and the Global Agency Business Report are some of the highest honours in the communications sector. Receiving their recognition for our construction sector specialism and for our overall performance as a consultancy is a testament to the high standard of work the entire Tangerine team delivers for our clients every day, and our phenomenal growth over the last few years as well.
“We don’t intend to rest on our laurels though. We want to build on our success to create innovative communications campaigns that further raise the profile of our clients and strengthen their positions as market leaders in their industries.”
The SABRE EMEA awards ceremony will take place at the Roundhouse in London on the 19th of May 2015.