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Extended Deadline 11th June

 
The countdown to this year’s PRWeek Awards extended entry deadline has begun.

EXTENDED DEADLINE: MIDNIGHT THURSDAY 11TH JUNE


Why should you enter the PRWeek Awards?

The PRWeek Awards have an undoubted reputation within the industry, this provides the perfect platform to show off your great campaigns and get the recognition you and your team deserve. Previous winners have said that winning a PRWeek Award has encouraged new business as well as boost motivation within the team. As we say.. “One trophy, hundreds of benefits”.

See what past winners have to say


Who can enter the PRWeek Awards?

The Awards are open to all UK-based PR consultancies, in-house departments and the individuals who work within them. Noticing the revolution in the industry we have developed our entry kit to encourage in-house teams to enter and really heat up the competition! To see a full list of categories click here.

How do I write a winning entry? 

Purchase the Breakfast briefing video here and learn the inside secrets to writing a winning  entry. 


The FINAL entry deadline has been extended* to midnight Thursday 11 June 2015. 

*Please note a late entry fee will apply. 

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