PRWeek Awards 2006

The PRWeek Awards for 2006 were again a great success. All the stars of the UK PR industry were present to indulge in the frivolity and again we have filmed some of the more prestigious winners as they were interviewed on the night.

Click here to see the interview with Cake Group, winner of Campaign of the Year.

Click here to see the interview with Blue Rubicon, winner of Consultancy of the Year.

Click here to see the interview with Shell Chemical, winner, Private Sector Department of the Year.

Click here to see the interview with Shelter, winner of Public Sector Department of the Year.

Click here to see the interview with Flic Howard-Allen, winner of PR Professional of the Year.

Click here to see the interview with Threepipe, winner of New Consultancy of the Year.

Click here to see the interview with Taylor Herring PR, winner of Specialist Consultancy of the year.

Click here to see the interview with The Children's Society, winner of Not For Profit.

Click here to see the interview with Cake Group, winner of Marketing Communications: Consumer (annual fee more than £100k).

Click here to see the interview with The Red Consultancy, winner of Marketing Communications: Consumer (annual fee less than £100k).

For a full list of the results of this year's PRWeek Award's as featured in the Book of the Night, click here.

To view photographs from this year's ceremony, click here.

And click here to watch a montage of the evening's highlights.

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