PRWeek UK Top 150 2021: Healthcare comms rankings

There's a new name at the top of the table and some big revenue rises in a sector bucking the trend. Our healthcare communications breakout table reveals all...


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PRWeek Top 150 UK PR Consultancies: Healthcare Rankings 2021


• Revenue is defined as the sum of fee income for public relations counselling.

• Revenue does not include advertising spend on behalf of clients or out-of-pocket re-billable charges.

• Figures from 1 January to 31 December 2020, rounded to the nearest £1,000.

* The agency’s 2020 and 2019 revenue and staff figures are PRWeek estimates owing to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (2002) or agencies declining to take part.

(1) Ashfield Health is is comprised of Mind+Matter, Galliard and Incisive Health. It does not have a specific UK HQ as its leadership are based in various offices in London, Manchester, Brighton or remote working. The majority of the revenue reflected in this report is London-based but its registered address is in Macclesfield.

(2) W2O Group rebranded as Real Chemistry in March 2021

(3) Agency is a collective of independent freelance consultants with only one employee.

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