Who is the most powerful person in this year's Power Book? We decided to put the decision in your hands...
PRWeek takes a look at the responses from this year's Power Book to gain a snapshot of the industry.
Entrants in PRWeek's Power Book 2013 were asked to select their favourite campaign of 2012. Francesca Rice looks at two of the top five - Red Bull and Royal Mail - to see how the industry can learn from their success.
Global Agency Report
29 under 29
Kate Magee unveils the winners of PRWeek's competition to find the best young talent in the UK PR industry.
PRWeek has finished its annual search for the most talented PR professionals under the age of 29. Kate Magee looks at the 29 high-fliers making an impression on the industry this year.
Public sector agencies have fallen on hard times in the wake of the COI's closure, but integrated work and looming NHS reforms offer a ray of light, finds John Owens.
Healthcare PR agencies are being forced to diversify as proposed NHS reforms loom but the sector is still enjoying steady growth, finds Hannah Crown.
Tech agencies have seen higher demand for content creation and are under more pressure to prove value as clients become more mainstream, reports Sara Luker.
Despite clients showing continued caution and asking agencies to do more for less, consumer PR consultancies continue to thrive, reports Kate Magee.
PRWeek and PRCA Census
The UK PR industry contributes £7.5bn to the economy, according to the PR Census 2011
PR professionals' job descriptions have changed dramatically in the past few years as digital has increased in importance and priorities have shifted, finds Cathy Bussey.
The majority of the UK PR industry is based in London, figures from the PR Census show. Are non-London agencies missing out? Cathy Bussey investigates.
PRWeek and industry body the PRCA have teamed up to produce comprehensive data on the salaries of PR professionals. Cathy Bussey reports.
Kids Brand Index
Walkers Crisps has been named the top brand by UK children aged seven to 15, according to new research for PRWeek.
A new report from Brand Republic and research agency Harris Interactive reveals the brands kids and teenagers like the most - and there are a few surprises. Cathy Bussey reports.
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