Skout is moving on up the Prolific North Top 50 PR agency rankings
Posted on 31st October 2019 by Fiona
The 2019 Prolific North Top 50 PR agency rankings have been revealed and we’re pleased to announce that we’re ten places up from last year, coming in at number 38.
Prolific North’s top 50 list is a benchmark ranking of the North’s top PR agencies. The research and rankings are conducted by leading independent research company, Mustard on behalf of Prolific North and is based on publicly available financial information, as well as data submitted and verified by all agencies on the list such as financials, headcount and client details. Prolific North and Mustard then review all information to reveal their list of the best of the North.
Moving up the rankings by a massive ten places follows another successful year at Skout which has seen us take on four new team members, expand our office in Macclesfield and win a host of new clients. We continue to work towards meeting our ambitions of becoming the UK’s leading B2B PR consultancy and aim to move up the Prolific North rankings even further by 2020.
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