Forward Features 2013
ALL THESE FEATURES AND SPECIAL PROJECTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
PRWeek’s annual ranking of PR agencies by fee income.The main Top 150 supplement will be published on 28 June.
The process will open on Wed 8 February 2012. Agencies must complete the online entry form. Then they must post section 9 of the form to PRWeek. This section must be signed by the agency’s finance director and accountant/auditor. This information will be used for the main Top 150 supplement which will be published in May. It will also be used for the sector league tables which will be published at a later date.
Best Places to Work:
This is PRWeek’s annual awards that recognise the best UK PR agencies and inhouse comms departments in which to work. Entrants will be asked a series of questions on their work environment including details of their employment policies, benefits and staff turnover rates. These entries will be judged by the CIPR, PRCA and PRWeek’s editorial team. This will be published in September.
29 under 29:
PRWeek’s annual report on the best young talent. Individuals have to be nominated by a colleague, boss or friend. These nominations will be sent to a dedicated inbox, and then judged by four senior industry professionals. The selected few will be invited to a photoshoot. This will be published in November. We will start accepting nominations around two months before.
Global Agency Report:
PRWeek’s annual reports on the performance of global agency networks in the last year. Gold, silver and bronze medals will be awarded to the best agencies. We are planning to publish this in December.
PRWeek’s guide to the most influential PR professionals in the UK PR industry. The entrants are selected by the editorial team. We do not take nominations. Entrants have to fill out a questionnaire. The book will be published on 22 March.
This is the section where we showcase interesting case studies. Submissions should be sent to PRWeekCampaigns@haymarket.com The campaign will need to have been completed within the last six months and will need notes covering the following: background, objectives, strategy, measurement and results. The results have to match the objectives and can’t just be media coverage – they have to be something tangible (increase in sales, figures on awareness etc) that shows PR achieving something as well as getting column inches. We need the budget and decent high res colour images too.
PRWeek’s features are news-driven, so we will only plan a couple of months in advance. If you want to be involved in any you see here, or if you have a features idea, please email it to PRWeekFeatures@haymarket.com We will get in touch if it is of interest. Keeping an eye on the team on Twitter is also a good way to see what individual journalists are working on.
2013 Ideas Lab special reports:
April – Healthcare
May – Public Affairs
June – Crisis Management
July – Consumer
August - Client/Agency Relationships
September – Corporate Reputation
October – Digital
November – Most Rated, The Specialists
December – Campaigns Showcase
To find out more about PRWeek's special reports contact email@example.com
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