Lansons was joined by 3 Monkeys, which won Medium-sized Consultancy of the Year at the ceremony at the Park Lane Hilton.
Agency Head of the Year was handed to Cirkle CEO Caroline Kinsey, while Personality of the Year went to Ketchum Pleon European president David Gallagher, whose agency also won the Internal Comms award for its work with KFC.
PRCA chief executive Francis Ingham said: ‘The judges were impressed by the creativity and execution of the campaigns, and it required more work than ever to separate them.’
In-house Professional of the Year went to Thomson Reuters’ global head of PR Jolie Hunt. Joe Doe Communications won Small Consultancy of the Year.
Consultancy Campaign of the Year went to The Launch Group for ‘Walt Disney World Twin Town’, and In-house Campaign of the Year was won by Westminster City Council for its campaign ‘Every older person matters’.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde won In-house Team of the Year.
The awards were the biggest in the PRCA's 41-year history, with close to 750 in attendance.
The PRCA Award Winners were decided by a judging panel comprising 60 experts from the press, academia, in-house teams and consultancies.