Hunter Communications has been named Small Consultancy of the Year at the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) West Australian Golden Target Awards held on Wednesday, 23 October 2019.
In our short four years we have won this award twice and been Highly Commended once.
Hunter has had a momentous year with new client wins including City of Perth, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation, Committee for Perth, Keystart, Fashion Council WA, Rottnest Channel Swim, Pan Pacific Hotel and Miss Chow’s Group.
Hunter Account Manager Genevieve Howe was also recognised at the awards receiving a Highly Commended in the Future Leaders category.
Genevieve has made a strong impact since entering the industry almost three years ago, independently managing a number of corporate and consumers clients including Thermomix and the Perth Good Food and Wine Show.
At Hunter we focus on creating a business that provides the experience and expertise of bigger agencies, but the creativity, flexibility and value of a small agency.
We also know the strong importance on fostering real-world experiences for those starting out in the industry with our ongoing intern program which this year alone has seen nine university students mentored though real-world experience exposure.
We currently have a team of nine staff at our West Perth office, with existing clients including Coles, Hawaiian, Brightwater Care Group, Coffs Harbour City Council, DevWest, Vicinity Centres, Pan Pacific Perth, The Fast 800, the Good Food and Wine Show and Rottnest Channel Swim Association.
As a state winner, we will now go up against all of Australia’s state winners at the national Golden Target Awards to be held on 13 November 2019, for the coveted award of Australian Small Consultancy of the Year.