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PRWeek Awards

The PRWeek Awards see outstanding campaigns year on year that are a great tribute to the UK's PR industry.

An excellent example of this work is the Gold Award winning campaign 'Launch Fortitude on Sky Atlantic with a Polar Bear' by Taylor Herring for Sky.

What are the benefits to entering and winning a PRWeek Award?

We were thrilled to have won this award. It’s great recognition for our staff who worked so hard on the campaign and testament to our client for green-lighting such a ground-breaking and ambitious idea. To be judged and rewarded by your peers is always the greatest accolade. Without doubt it puts you firmly on the radar for potential clients and employees.

How have you used the Award to further promote yourself to the industry?

We’ve blogged about the event and our wins on our website. Many clients and friends in the media called and emailed to congratulate us. Our trophies are now buffed and displayed pride of place in our reception.

How was your experience at the PRWeek Awards ceremony:

We had a ball at the event – and took full advantage of the photo booth and the dance floor. There were happy faces and sore heads all-round the next day!

James Herring, Managing Partner, Taylor Herring

If you ​have produced a great campaign over the last year you should be entering into the PRWeek Awards.

Entry Deadline: 26 May

For more information visit prweekawards.com


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