Perceptive Communicators celebrates Outstanding Small Public Relations Consultancy award

From left - Julie McLauchlan and Lesley Ferguson
From left - Julie McLauchlan and Lesley Ferguson

Glasgow based communications consultancy Perceptive Communicators has won the Outstanding Small Public Relations Consultancy category in the recent 2016 Chartered Institute of Public Relations Pride Awards.

This follows several other accolades this year, including Best Press & PR in the Construction Marketing Awards, Growth Business of the Year and best Healthcare and Pharma campaign for its public affairs work.

The award win comes at the ideal time for the consultancy as it gears up for its 10 year anniversary next month.

Jenifer Stirton, Chair of CIPR in Scotland said: “Perceptive Communicators demonstrated a firm grasp of business strategy together with a commitment to only employ senior people – a distinctive offer for clients. The judges were particularly impressed with the way they added value to their client offer with political updates by email, networking events for executives and clear evaluation of commercial impact. A clear and highly deserving winner.”

Julie McLauchlan, managing director and founder of Perceptive Communicators, said: “Perceptive is deliberately different, employing an exclusively expert team, each with over 10 years and all of whom have been clients themselves. This means we hit the ground running and deliver better client results. This latest award win is a great reflection of our super-talented team and our results focus for clients. I’m very pleased that our unique, innovative and integrated approach has set us apart and been recognised.”