Weber Shandwick has been recognized with PRWeek’s top global honor for the second year in a row.
Weber Shandwick was named PRWeek’s PR Agency of the Year and Large PR Agency of the Year for the second year in a row. In awarding the firm these honors, PRWeek pointed to Weber Shandwick’s “culture, innovation, and results for clients, truly outstanding team and game-changing work.” Read More
Weber Shandwick was named Global Agency of the Year by The Holmes Report in 2015, honored for its impressive quality of work and “culture of genuine collaboration.” Read More
Weber Shandwick is Most Awarded Public Relations Firm at 2016 Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity. Read More
Weber Shandwick was the only public relations agency included on the Ad Age Agency A-list in 2014 and 2015 and the only PR firm designated an A-List Agency Standout in 2017. The prestigious list celebrates the nation’s best advertising and marketing firms and is based on creativity, innovation and performance. In 2017, Ad Age recognized Weber Shandwick for its strong… Read More
Weber Shandwick was named one of the Best Places to Work by Advertising Age in 2015 and 2014. In awarding Weber Shandwick this distinction, Advertising Age pointed to the firm’s success in fostering an open environment around the world, highlighting its programs that encourage employees to feel part of a wider network, such as its international employee-exchange program. Read More
Weber Shandwick was named one of the Best Places to Work in the “Large Agency” category by PRWeek. This honor is based on the results of a survey focusing on pay and benefits, employee advancement and development opportunities, work-life balance, internal communications, and more.
Weber Shandwick was named to the PR News CSR A-list for the fifth year in a row. PR News stated that the firm “has built a collaborative group of specialists who are animated by creating award-winning and highly effective work for their clients and leading the industry in bold new directions in corporate social responsibility.”