The winners will be announced at a gala Awards evening taking place in London on 18 October, where the best agencies, in-house teams and individuals will be crowned.
This year, which will be the 30th anniversary of the Awards ceremony, five new gongs are also up for grabs.
In the People and Agencies section, the Game Changer/Big Thinker Award has been added, rewarding an individual or organisation that has devised and developed an idea that has changed the industry for the better. The new Force for Good Award recognises the individual or organisation whose selfless actions related to the PR industry have benefited society or specific communities.
There is also a Best Agency Outside of London award to recognise the most accomplished agency whose HQ is outside the M25, while in the campaigns section there is the new Best Influencer Marketing Campaign Award and a Best Use of New Technology Award.
For more information on the Awards, including the entry kit that outlines the criteria for each category and individual awards, visit the PRWeek UK Awards website.
Deadline for submission is 25 May. Entries submitted after that date, but before the late deadline of 8 June, will incur an £85 late fee per entry.
A breakfast briefing on how to write an award-winning entry, featuring a panel discussion with former judges, also takes place in London on 24 April.
And, for the first time, the breakfast briefing is heading to Manchester on 26 April, making it more accessible for organisations from around the UK to attend.
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