Rudd, Bell and Freud make the Evening Standard's power list

Roland Rudd, Lord Bell and Matthew Freud are among the senior PROs listed in the London Evening Standard's 1,000 most influential people in London.

On the power list: Roland Rudd
On the power list: Roland Rudd

All three were also named top in their sector in PRWeek’s 2009 Power Book.

Others that made both lists include Brunswick founder Alan Parker, director of comms at Number 10 Simon Lewis, Portland PR founder Tim Allan and celebrity publicist Max Clifford.

From the entertainment sector, The Outside Organisation’s CEO Alan Edwards; The Corporation CEO Gary Farrow; arts specialist Bolton & Quinn founders Erica Bolton and Jane Quinn; founder of Murray Chalmers PR Murray Chalmers and Neil Reading, of Neil Reading PR, made the list.

The full list is out today, which includes a new ‘gatekeepers and fixers’ section where the PROs are mentioned.

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