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PR League - In House

25th April 2012


PRmoment has completed an analysis of the most high profile awards in PR, and put the results into two leagues. This PR League shows the most rewarded in-house PR departments in the UK and the other depicts the most rewarded PR agencies in the UK.

From 2010 to 2014 we have included the scores, the winners and the shortlists for the following awards:

The PRWeek Awards, The CIPR Excellence Awards, The PRCA Awards, The PRmoment Awards. We have also included The Corp Comms Awards shortlist and winners up to 2013. Up until 2013 we included the The CIPR Pride Awards winners and shortlists but to be honest, in the interests of time - we had to cut them out this year. (Nothing personal PRide!)

Current Position Previous
Position
In-House Team Score
1 1 O2/Telefonica UK 823
2 3 Santander UK PLC 585
3 2 Cancer Research UK 545
4 10 Westminster City Council 471
5 4 Royal Mail Group Communications 431
6 7 Action for Children 394
7 5 British Heart Foundation 384
8 6 EDF Energy PLC 382
9 11 Transport for London 364
10 17 McDonald's UK 361
11 8 Southern Water 359
12 9 St John Ambulance 335
13 12 Stockport Council 297
14 14 Macmillan Cancer Support 283
15 15 Derbyshire County Council 264
16 16 National Trust 260
17 18 Aviva 260
18 31 Nationwide Building Society 259
19 21 The Royal British Legion 257
20 19 John Lewis Partnership 245
21 33 Financial Times 245
22 13 Telefonica UK 240
23 34 NHS Blood and Transplant 238
24 23 Shelter 237
25 22 British Library 219
26 24 NHS Leicester City 210
27 27 British Airways 208
28 25 NHS North West 206
29 44 Direct Line 193
30 26 Azzurri Communications 192
31 20 Channel 4 190
32 28 Orange 185
33 29 Historic Royal Palaces 180
34 30 RAF Benevolent Fund 180
35 32 The Co-operative Insurance Press Office 178
36 50 Debenhams 171
37 45 Anchor 166
38 57 EE 166
39 35 BAA 165
40 36 Essex County Council 160

What does the In-house PR League show us?

Are we saying that this is a definitive analysis of the best in-house PR teams in the UK? No, to be honest. But it’s an interesting analysis of which teams are doing well.

Needless to say, the table is biased towards the in-house teams that enter awards. As the old adage goes – if you don’t buy a ticket, you can’t win the raffle!

The table below has now been updated to include the results from the 2014 versions of the PRWeek Awards Shortlist and Winners, The PRCA Shortlist, The CIPR Excellence Awards, Shortlist and Winners, The Corp Comms Awards Shortlist and The PRmoment's Awards 2013 (Shortlist and winners).

Please note that the list below is in the order of most number of points awarded. i.e. We have awarded the most points for a PRWeek Award. More points have been awarded for a win than a shortlist. 

If you want to share the news on your website, we have logos available below for Gold, Silver and Bronze.

Written by Ben Smith+, Founder, PRmoment.com


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