PRWeek UK picked its top PR and comms campaigns from February and more than 550 people voted for their favourite. Find out the winner below...
Showcase: Liverpool FC and The Playbook drum up support for Standard Chartered's charitable initiative
Standard Chartered, the longstanding shirt sponsor of Liverpool FC, brought in The Playbook to help achieve international cut-through for Seeing is Believing, the bank's charitable collaboration with the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness.
Family-friendly elements and a virtual archive were combined with a pop-up Mr Men and Little Miss museum at London's OXO Gallery to mark the 45th birthday of the children's characters.
PRWeek UK picked its top PR and comms campaigns from January and more than 1,200 people voted for their favourite. Find out the winner below...
Now the major supermarket and retail groups have reported their festive trading figures, it's time to take a cold, hard January look at which campaigns were Christmas crackers and which resembled turkeys.
PRWeek UK picked its top PR and comms campaigns from November 2016, and asked readers to choose their favourite. Receiving over half of all votes cast, the winner is...
Check out PRWeek UK's top PR and comms campaigns from October 2016 below and vote in the poll for your favourite.
Five campaigns we liked in September 2016: vodka, refugee charities, Land Rover, South African Tourism and Wargaming
The PRWeek UK team has chosen the five campaigns we liked in September 2016. Which is your favourite?
This month, Paul Pogba's return to Man Utd embraced modern media with music, #MissingType went global and British Airways successfully milked Team GB's celebratory return from Rio.
This month, the Royal British Legion and online retailer Lyst helped to bring big issues to the public eye in innovative campaigns, while Hostelworld, Carlsberg and the Clangers held eye-catching launches.
The slowest Silverstone lap, a Monty Python-style sketch and an animation for Parkinson's Awareness Week were among the campaigns that got a thumbs up from the PRWeek UK team last month.
A literal chocolate bar, a politically enfranchising ice cream and a tourist board's touching film all got a thumbs up from the PRWeek UK team last month...
A 35-foot luxury treehouse and a free New Year fitness course were among PRWeek staff's favourite campaigns last month...
Carlsberg has unveiled a pop-up bar made entirely from chocolate, in a stunt called If Carlsberg Did Chocolate Bars ahead of the Easter bank holiday weekend.
When IKEA wanted to draw attention to its storage products, it brought in Hope&Glory to generate more of an emotional connection with the products, rather than talking about decluttering and hiding things away.
Bell Pottinger's digital team have staged a stunt at key London train stations as part of a campaign for retained client South African Tourism.
In September 2015, House PR was hired to launch US hacking drama Mr Robot, for Amazon Prime.
Virgin Holidays has created a 35-foot high luxury South African treehouse on London's Southbank, to promote its 'Wonderlist' holiday experience.
Last June a clutch of British grandees including former UK chief scientist Sir David King and professor Richard Layard of the LSE launched the Global Apollo Program (GAP).
The BBC's in-house creative team has collaborated with the creators of sitcom W1A to produce a special for Red Nose Day, promising "ground-breaking fundraising ideas, immediately delivered from a blue sky thinking session".
Thorpe Park has upgraded its Derren Brown-inspired multi-sensory "Ghost Train" attraction with virtual reality, and tested it on 10 "fearless" participants.
Consumer PR firm Hope&Glory has created a "Garden of Light" made up of 2,100 illuminated daffodils for Marie Curie's annual fundraiser, The Great Daffodil Appeal.
Pork snack brand Peperami has launched a "mass porking" campaign to highlight the pothole epidemic it says is currently plaguing London.
Taxi hailing firm Uber has launched a new campaign designed to break down stereotypes and illustrate the vision behind its ride-sharing service UberPOOL.
Honda has used what it calls "world-first" neuroscience testing to optimise its new online virtual showroom.
TV subscription and on demand service TalkTalk TV's new "Kid Critics" campaign calls in the toughest critics of all - children - to pass judgement on this year's Oscar-nominated films.
Discover Los Angeles is bringing 'all the feels' of the iconic US city to the UK leg of its global brand campaign, which launched today (20 February).
Luxury watch brand TAG Heuer has launched a new integrated Premier League 'Pressure Test' campaign, including an online competition and live events.
A short animated film from UK foundation the Wellcome Trust, introduced at the World Economic Forum in Davos, warns of the true extent to which epidemics threaten human existence, and calls for work to prevent them.
Danone water brand Volvic has launched what it is calling its biggest ever marketing campaign, a multi-channel initiative based around the tagline 'Find Your Volcano'.
Healthy eating business Whitworths is promoting its new range of superfood snacks with a parody video that cheekily highlights the realities of life behind the lens for a health-food blogger.
England's rugby governing body the Rugby Football Union has created a campaign aimed at encouraging more women to play a contact version of the sport.
The Emirates FA Cup has teamed up with creative agency Matta and PR firm Mischief to create a campaign to drive attendance and attract a younger audience to this season's games.
The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) has launched a new film and a suite of online resources aimed at providing a comprehensive overview of the UK pharmaceutical industry.
Ben & Jerry's UK has teamed up with singer-songwriter Ben Cocks, music management firm Adelphoi Music and creative agency Nice & Serious on a campaign to challenge social division amid a charged political atmosphere with an animated music video.
Taylor Herring is producing a series of films to promote The Week Junior, using children who read the magazine to explain the big stories of the day.
Channel 4 has released a series of comedy videos, starring the likes of Jose Mourinho, Alesha Dixon, John Bishop and Meatloaf, to promote its #StandUpToCancer TV special tomorrow (21 October).
Youth charity Girlguiding, which includes the Rainbows, Brownies and Guides youth groups, as well as a senior section for 14 to 25-year-olds, has launched #ForTheGirl, a campaign designed to challenge outdated misconceptions of the organisation.
NHS England has launched a new Twitter account to showcase patient and staff stories - with a new individual taking over the account every week.
In an attempt to capitalise on the internet's famed love of cat videos, cat-food maker Whiskas is running a social and blogger outreach campaign to support a new series of ads in the UK.
ITV and cab comparison app Karhoo teamed up with former TOWIE star and 'Lady Penelope lookalike' Sam Faiers over the weekend (22 and 23 October) to promote the launch of the new series of Thunderbirds Are Go.
The next phase of a Welsh Government campaign to encourage positive parenting, entitled 'Parenting. Give it time', is being rolled out by independent Cardiff agency Freshwater.
Incheon International Airport in South Korea has been helping foreign passengers experience South Korean culture, thanks to a virtual reality campaign promoting the airport by PR firm Plan Alliance and ad agency Nextround.