Unity has been shortlisted for 10 PRWeek UK Awards this year, with Golin nominated eight times, The Romans in the running for seven, and Taylor Herring and Mischief nominated six times.
Unity’s nominations include Best PR Event, Best Use of Content, Healthcare, Best Integrated Campaign and Mid-Sized Consultancy of the Year.
Also in the running for Mid-Sized Consultancy of the Year are Cirkle, Hanover Communications, M&C Saatchi PR and Porter Novelli.
Shortlisted agencies for Large Consultancy of the Year are Brands2Life, Four Communications, Instinctif Partners, Lansons, Weber Shandwick London, as well as Golin.
Golin is also up for Best Use of Creativity, Integrated Campaign, FMCG, Automotive, Transport, Financial Services and City and Corporate Comms.
Battling it out to win Small Consultancy of the Year are Chameleon, DawBell, Tin Man, The Romans and Taylor Herring.
The Romans’ other nominations include New Consultancy of the Year, Best use of a Small Budget, FMCG, B2B, and City and Corporate Comms, while Taylor Herring is in the running for Technology, Automotive and Transport, Best Use of a Small Budget, Best PR Event and Specialist Consultancy of the Year.
Also in the Specialist Consultancy of the Year category are Battenhall, DawBell, Harvard and Pegasus.
Mischief has the chance to pick up the Culture, Media Sport and Travel, Most Innovative Use of Digital and Social Media, Best Use of Planning Strategy and Evaluation, Best Use of Creativity and Best use of Content.
AxiCom’s Michael Rennett, British Airways’ Emily Coen, Cirkle’s Jessica Kirby, MWW PR’s Eleanor Crossman and Virgo Health’s Jessica Smith are all in the running to be named Young PR Professional of the Year.
This year’s PR Week Awards will take place on Tuesday 18 October at the Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London.
The full shortlist can be viewed here.