Global Agency Business Report: Public Affairs table 2015

PPS Group generated the most income from public affairs PR during 2014 with £4.64m.

Public affairs PR: Agencies reeled in a total of £40m in the last 12 months
Public affairs PR: Agencies reeled in a total of £40m in the last 12 months

Camargue Group ranked second but was someway behind in terms of revenue, posting just over £3m. Instinctif Partners rounded off the top three, banking £2.9m.

Overall there were five agencies in the top 20, which generated 100 per cent of their income from public affairs-related PR.

Click here to see the full UK Top 150 table 2015, a breakdown of the Consumer table 2015Public Sector table 2015Tech table 2015, Outside London table 2015 and Healthcare table 2015 

RankIn Top 150CompanyPublic affairs fee income 2014 (£k)Total fee income (£k)% of total fee incomePR staff 2014Location 
1 48 PPS Group 4,636 4,636 100 47 London  
2 40 Camargue Group 3,074 6,027 51 71 London  
3 13 Instinctif Partners* 2,948 23,360 13 256 London  
4 5 Bell Pottinger Private 2,932 32,900 9 221 London  
5 1 Edelman 2,901 50,890 6 390 London  
6 18 MHP Communications 2,720 16,509 15 168 London  
7 59 Remarkable Group 2,532 3,507 72 52 Hampshire  
8 86 Curtin&Co 2,374 2,374 100 24 London  
9 88 Insight Consulting Group 2,255 2,255 100 20 London  
10 36 Hanover Communications 2,227 6,886 32 49 London  
11 21 Four Communications Group** 1,822 14,383 13 164 London  
12 87 Interel UK 1,790 2,360 76 16 London  
13 116 The Whitehouse Consultancy 1,514 1,514 100 20 London  
14 118 Local Dialogue 1,504 1,504 100 19 London  
15 84 Westbourne Communications 1,315 2,481 53 18 London  
16 89 JBP Associates 715 2,254 37 20 Bristol  
17 26 Lansons 700 11,733 6 86 London  
18 46 Newgate 692 5,104 11 39 London  
19 60 London Communications Agency 689 3,444 20 30 London  
20 78 PLMR 628 2,660 24 29 London  
Notes         
* Formerly College Hill         
**Four Communications Group includes Colman Getty and Kinross + Render       

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