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seven hills shortlisted for 2016 emea corporate pr consultancy of the year

Seven Hills is thrilled to announce that it has been selected as a finalist for the Holmes Report EMEA Corporate PR Consultancies of the Year award. This marks the third consecutive year that Seven Hills has been shortlisted, having won in both the EMEA and Global categories in 2014.

The shortlist for the Holmes Report award is the result of an exhaustive research process involving more than 200 submissions and face-to-face meetings with outstanding PR firms across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

In addition, Seven Hills has been recognised as one of the Top 250 PR firms in the world for the second successive year. The list is compiled by the Holmes Report and ranks firms according to global revenues earned.

The winner of the EMEA Corporate PR Consultancies of the Year will receive their trophy at the EMEA SABRE Awards in Berlin on 25 May – to find out more, click here.

Seven Hills (UK/Independent)

A finalist for Corporate Consultancy of the Year for three consecutive years—it won EMEA and Global honours in 2014—Seven Hills is best known for its focus on the entrepreneurial economy, but has been expanding its focus as it has started to work with larger clients (companies, CEOs and other business leaders, destinations) with an emphasis on communicating mission and purpose and explaining business as a force for change. More than just a mouthpiece for companies in this space, Seven Hills provides genuine consultancy and industry-best thought leadership, from the publication this year of its own book “Mission: How the best in business break through” to its role in founding a managing organizations such as StartUp Britain and events such as its Bloomberg partnership Summit: The Future of Growth.

Still only six years old, Seven Hills reported £4 million in fee income last year (growth was close to 33% for the second straight year) with new business from BrewDog, GP Bullhound, Grant Thornton, Harwell Campus, Innovate Finance, Vanguard and Vonage, joining a roster that includes British Business Bank, Cobra Beer, Ella’s Kitchen, One Young Worldm, and Tech City UK. There was new talent too, as co-founders Nick Giles and Michael Hayman were joined by managing director Emma Johnson (formerly of The Communications Group). The firm’s work ranged from assisting Brew Dog with employee communications and employer branding (including the company’s first “blackout day,” which allowed all of its employees to come together for the first time) to helping to manage One Young World’s sixth summit in Bangkok to launching the Tech Nation 2016 study for Tech City UK and Nesta.”

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Chapter 1 outlines the concept of mission and how the breakthrough brands of today have succeeded by building a mission that inspires belief, generates a following and instils a purpose beyond profit.