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Aber company up for four awards; business ROUND UP.

AN ABERYSTWYTH marketing agency received four nominations for the 2011 Pride Awards by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR).

Fighting off competition from large UK agencies, FBA secured its place among the hopefuls for CIPR Awards in three categories thanks to its work for a range of clients, including the Welsh Books Council, Ceredigion County Council and Fork2Fork.

And FBA is also in the running for the Chartered Institute for Public Relations' most sought after gong - the Award for Best Integrated Communications.

Managing Director Sue Balsom said: "These prestigious nominations reflect FBA's staff team and their hard work for our clients during the past year.

"To receive four nominations in three categories is such an achievement. We are particularly proud of the Integrated Communications nomination - we have overcome some big names to be in that category, so fingers crossed for the finals."

The CIPR awards are held annually to acknowledge the most outstanding work in the PR industry across the UK. The Awards received over 1,000 entries this year.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 21, 2011
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