PHD Nominated For Two Yorkshire Choice Awards

PHD Nominated For Two Yorkshire Choice Awards

The Yorkshire Choice Awards are a celebration of achievement across Yorkshire. Why not show PHD your support and vote for us here

Marketing and communications agency, PHD Marketing & Strategy, has been nominated in two categories at the Yorkshire Choice Awards 2020.

The company, headquartered in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, specialises in communications for national and international businesses in the print, packaging, biotech, life sciences and technology sectors. It has received nominations for Jo Stephenson, Managing Director of PHD, in the Business Woman of the Year category and Independent Business of the Year for PHD Marketing.

It is not the first time PHD has been nominated for its leadership and services, having previously triumphed in Start-up Business of the Year category at the national Forward Ladies Business Awards, sponsored by HSBC.

“In the early days, we worked primarily on building our reputation in the print and packaging industry. In the last few years, we’ve focussed on diversifying our knowledge and skillset across multiple exciting and emerging sectors” says Managing Director Joanna Stephenson.

“We are delighted to be nominated in these awards. Yorkshire is our home and our business has grown significantly in recent years to become internationally recognised as a leading communications partner to UK and global businesses. Of course, its great recognition for the hard work of our team and we’re keeping our fingers crossed that our families, clients and partners vote for us!”

The Yorkshire Choice Awards are a celebration of achievement across Yorkshire. Why not show PHD your support and vote for us here

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Joining PHD in 2018, Ben came to PHD as an apprentice. Fast forward to 2020, Ben is a fully qualified marketing executive! When he’s not boosting social stats, Ben enjoys watching Doncaster Rovers, and listening to country music despite the bewilderment of his colleagues.