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Most Rated 2012: Maitland

Maitland is one of the journalists' favourite PR agencies. Neil Bennett, chief executive says he is "thrilled" to have the agency's work recognised.

Most Rated: Neil Bennett, chief executive
Most Rated: Neil Bennett, chief executive

Age and ownership: Formed in 1995 by Angus Maitland

Size: 50 staff

Location: London

Specialism: Corporate PR, financial PR, investor relations and public affairs

Key accounts: Vodafone, GSK, ArcelorMittal, Standard Chartered, Schroders, BG Group, MAN Group, Aberdeen Asset Management, Ferrovial, Barratt Developments. Part of international network of the best independent agencies worldwide: www.amo-global.com

Most Rated Agencies snapshot: Maitland performs consistently, with journalists rating it within the top ten Most Rated Agencies for each of the four attributes of friendliness, quality of stories, quality of briefings and accessibility.



 

How I see it

 

What the journalists say

 
 

About the agency

"In general the City PR industry is a disgrace. Maitland has proved on occasion to be an exception . . if I am ever asked for a recommendation I would generally say Maitland"

"They know their stuff, they’re always on the ball, always sent you client info without you having to ask for it and are just easy to get along with"

About Neil Bennett, chief executive

"I’ve had a relationship with Neil for years. He understands his clients, understands what a journalist wants (because he’s been one) and has a certain oily charm!"

 

I’m absolutely thrilled to have our work and skills recognised by the people that matter – the media.

It’s impossible to communicate for clients without credibility, good relations with, and the trust of journalists.

To know we are rated in this way is fantastic. It shows we are delivering quality across the board not just for one or some, but for all our clients.

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