Edelman reigns in PRWeek's top 40 tech agencies report

Edelman continues its long-held reign at the top of PRWeek's annual ranking of the industry's top 40 technology agencies.

Tech agency league table: Edelman retains top spot
Tech agency league table: Edelman retains top spot

Hotwire climbed to the number two spot, usurping Brands2Life, which was also pushed down into fourth place by new entrant Good Relations Group at number three.

The tech PR sector experienced a boost, with overall fee incomes jumping by 30 per cent on 2011, hitting £74m.

Read the in-depth take on the top 40 tech agencies, including the league table itself.

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