The Cision team at the PR Week Awards

Weber Shandwick wins consultancy of the year at PR Week Awards

Weber Shandwick was the big winner at last night’s PR Week Awards, taking home a haul of five awards including the Gold Award for Consultancy of the Year.

The Cision team meet Katherine Ryan at the PR Week Awards

The Cision team meet Katherine Ryan at the PR Week Awards

The agency was also crowned Large Consultancy of the Year and won the Best FMCG, Health, Beauty, Retail and Fashion campaign, Best Use of Creativity and Issues and Crisis Management awards for its campaigns with Aldi, ActionAid UK and HSBC, respectively.

English Heritage won this year’s other Gold Award; the prestigious In-House Team of the Year prize sponsored by Cision, while W, Mischief and Taylor Herring each scooped up two prizes.

Citypress’s Ruth Lee was honoured as the Young PR Professional of the Year, while Ready10 was named New Consultancy of the Year.

M&C Saatchi PR won Mid-sized Consultancy of the Year, while Incisive Health was the Small Consultancy of the Year and Harvard took home the Specialist Consultancy of the Year award.

The ceremony saw the introduction of two new awards, with Cambridge-based Conscious Communications winning the Force for Good award following its work with FXP. Also, Cirkle was named the Best Agency Outside London.

The 2017 PR Week Awards took place at London’s Grosvenor House. The full list of winners can be found here.

  • Pictured: The Cision team at the awards
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