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WPR Climbs PR Week’s Award-Winning Rankings

PR Week has released its 2020-23 league table of award-winning agencies, placing WPR at #36.

To create the industry-wide league table, PR Week compiles results across awards schemes to form a cumulative record of success from 2020 to 2023. 

At the same time, PR Week has also created a standalone list of the top performers of 2023, which sees WPR placed at #16.

WPR’s impressive rankings this year, climbing 24 places since 2022’s inaugural table, follows a year in which the agency has collected accolades spanning best use of media relations, best corporate and business communications, not-for-profit, large agency of the year and internship programme of the year.

WPR’s managing director Jane Ainsworth said: “We’re rightly proud of the awards we win but it isn’t just about adding trophies to our cabinet: it’s about celebrating the incredible creativity and results-focused campaigns our team delivers day in, day out for our clients.

“When WPR was founded more than 30 years ago, the intention was to deliver world-class work from the heart of the UK for national and international brands, and we love championing the wealth of creative and comms talent in Birmingham and the wider Midlands region.”

PR Week creates its league table by tracking award wins across 19 different industry award schemes. Award schemes are placed into one of three tiers and points allocated accordingly. The 120-strong league table includes PR agencies, non-PR agencies or groups, and client organisations.