AT Draper Cormack GROUP, OUR awards' RECORD IS VERY GOOD

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We are Lou Draper and David Cormack from Draper Cormack Group. We are a Wellington PR firm who do things that other PR firms do - publicity, media engagement, reputation management, government relations, crisis communications etc. We are also very good at award entries.

Awards can be a resource intensive thing to enter. So often you don't bother because who has the time really? Getting yourself nominated is where we come in. We'll put together your nomination for you because we're very good at knowing how to describe what you do in the best way possible.

This website will tell you some of the awards in New Zealand. You can use it to find awards, register yourself if you want to or reach out to us for help.

WHY WOULD I USE DRAPER CORMACK?

We have a strong history of success in getting our clients to the finals of awards. We know how to present you in the best fashion and we save you the time it takes to submit award entries. The below is a representation of our success in just the last 12 months:

2016 ITX AWARDS

  • We wrote the nomination packs for five clients
  • Four became finalists across three categories
  • Of the six awards up for grabs, our clients won three of them - every category we had a client in, we won 
  • This included the top two awards - Young IT Professional of the Year, and IT Professional of the Year.

2016 INNOVATION AWARDS

  • We put forward one of our clients for the 2016 Innovation Awards in the Innovation in Technology Solutions section. Not only did they become a finalist, but based off our nomination, they were also put in the Emerging Innovator Award category - one of the supreme awards, which they were highly commended in.

2016 WOMEN OF INFLUENCE AWARDS

  • We put together the nomination pack for one of our clients who became a finalist.

2017 NEW ZEALANDER OF THE YEAR AWARDS

  • Off the back of our earlier success with a client, they were asked by the organisers of the NZer of the Year Awards to nominate themselves for the New Zealand Innovator of the Year award.

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