December 4, 2018 News

Care sector communications specialist scoops national award

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Nathan Hollow, one of the country’s leading social care communications specialists, has been recognised as Young Communicator of the Year at a prestigious national PR awards ceremony.

Hollow, who works for sector specialists PLMR, was given the award by leading industry body PRCA (Public Relations Consultants Association). The prize recognises the country’s leading communications professional under the age of 30.

Born and raised in Cornwall, Hollow joined PLMR’s London team as an intern in 2011 and has since risen through the ranks to establish himself as a renowned health and social care sector expert.

In a relatively short career, his professional successes already include securing reforms to NHS recruitment guidelines, revising CQC regulation, obtaining Ministerial backing for client’s projects and leading a campaign which secured nearly £2 billion a year of extra revenue to fund care services.

He also played a significant role in winning and servicing PLMR’s first FTSE 100 listed clients, Centrica and pharma-giant RB.

This latest award caps a stellar 12 months for Hollow, who also picked up the ‘Best Issues Management’ Award at the 2017 CorpComms Awards in London for his work for an independent care provider in Cornwall.

Nathan Hollow, Account Director and Head of Health and Social Care at PLMR, said:

“My ethos has always been to fight for and champion my clients and put them at the heart of everything I do. It is a privilege to have been recognised by the industry and I am deeply honoured to have won the Young Communicator of the Year award.

“Health and social care is a fascinating and fast moving sector and one facing immense pressure. It’s incredibly motivating to fight for the reforms so desperately needed to secure a long term sustainable future for the sector.”

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