Deadline looms for PRWeek Top 150

Are you one of the UK’s top 150 agencies by fee income? If you think you are, then you have just a few more days to enter your audited forms for PRWeek’s revamped Top 150 Consultancies report 2006.

PRWeek's annual Top 150 is the definitive ranking of UK agencies, designed to give clients an accurate guide to the country's leading comms consultancies. As well as ranking the big agency groups, a new breakdown will be included showing a list of the UK's top independent PR agencies.

These latest rankings will be published in the 21 April edition of PRWeek, with analysis of major developments in the consultancy
sector over the past year.

To be included, forms must arrive at PRWeek by Monday 6 March.

Forms for inclusion can be downloaded here - click the link at the foot of this page.

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