Proud winners of Best Social Care Marketing Specialists SE England

It is a great honour to announce that we have been presented with the Global Health Pharma Social Care Awards 2022 for Best Social Care Marketing Specialists – South East England.

Edna Petzen, Managing Director said:
“It’s a great privilege to receive this Award, and I’m extremely honoured to be recognised
for our work in the health and social care sector during what has been a challenging period.
We are also grateful to our clients who have trusted us with their business and allowed us to
continue to produce innovative and meaningful work that delivers the best outcomes for

Our work as marketing and communications company that specialises in the adult social care sector means we get the opportunity to work with a range of clients including the National Care Forum, Birchgrove and Music for Dementia.

Vic Rayner OBE, CEO of the National Care Forum said:
“Edna has provided expert advice and support on all of the media and communications for
the National Care Forum. She has been invaluable in helping us navigate as the care sector
has held an unrelenting place in the media spotlight throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. She
has worked with the NCF and our very broad membership – offering support, wisdom,
expertise – and most importantly passion. She has understood just how vital it has been to
ensure that people are at the heart of every story we tell, just as people are at the heart of

Honor Barratt, CEO of Birchgrove said:
Edna has extraordinary insight into the minds of the older people of our country, she
genuinely loves and respects them. She is never patronising or generic, so her
communications manage to speak right to the heart of the subject in a delightfully engaging
and thought-provoking way. She is such a valued member of our team; if I had my way,
she’d work for us full-time but, unfortunately, I must learn to share her with her other
worthy clients.

The Global Health Parma and Social Care Awards are designed to acknowledge all global and local organisations, enterprises and professionals in the social care industry. Especially recognising those
organisations that have adapted their services and skills to the needs of their clients in these
unstable two years.

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