Brands2Life Shortlisted for 2019 UK Consultancy of the Year

LONDON, 2nd May 2019 – Brands2Life has been shortlisted for The Holmes Report UK Consultancy of the Year award for the third consecutive year. We are also the only independent agency to be included as a finalist.

The industry-leading global communications publication, said of us:

“the former technology specialist has evolved into not only a truly integrated offer, but one of the defining agencies of the modern UK public relations industry.”

Now in our nineteenth year with an agency of 140 staff across London and San Francisco, The Holmes Report cited our continued approach to diversification that now includes consumer PR, corporate communications, finance, crisis and B2B communications, as well as public affairs and digital and social as an agency differentiator.

The publication also commended our expansion into above-the-line marketing and advertising, and investment in our in-house film team who have produced over 100 films in the last year. The success of our recently launched Health and Wellbeing practice was also recognised for trebling in size since September.

With strong technology roots, they noted we continue to be the agency choice for digital-first disrupters and established companies in fintech, energytech and legaltech.

Our commitment to training and development, mental health and community initiatives was also recognised as well as our above-average 12.5% BAME representation and 0% gender pay gap.

Sarah Scales, Co-Founder, commented, “We really value this recognition. As a previous winner of the UK Consultancy of the Year, Global Technology Consultancy twice and multiple campaign awards, we know the Holmes Report mark of approval makes a big difference to our business.”

To view the full shortlist and write up by The Holmes Report please follow the link here. This follows the news of Brands2Life US’ New Consultancy of The Year nomination and Brands2Life winning Large Agency of the Year at PR Week’s Best Places to Work last week.

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