Weber Shandwick wins big at PRWeek Global Awards

At last night’s PRWeek Global Awards in London, Weber Shandwick won six awards out of 24 and was named  Global Agency of the year.

Weber won awards for Corporate Social Responsibility, Global PR Breakthrough, Issues and Crisis, Nonprofit, Global Impact, Global Agency and Campaign of the Year for its Daughters of Mother India campaign for Vibha Bakshi.

Notable wins for UK work and campaigns included the Consumer Launch award won by Tin Man for its ‘Making Single Malt Fashionable’ campaign for anCnoc and the Global Partnerships award won by VisitBritain and iambassador for the The Social Travel Summit Inverness.

Weber’s UK activity included its #BrutalCut campaign for Action Aid UK, for which it won the Nonprofit award.

Click here to see the full list of winners.

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