We’re proud to announce that we have won the Public Relations (PR) award at The Drum Recommends Awards for Marketing and Advertising 2021.

These awards can only be won through the high regard of our clients and they are different from the other awards that we enter as they are based purely on client feedback. So we’d like to say a huge thank you to all of our clients who take the time to rate and review us!

Laura Hampton, head of digital PR at Impression, said:

“Being named the top agency in The Drum’s Public Relations category is a real accolade for our PR team. We’re very proud of the work we do in helping our clients to raise their online profile through digital PR and we look forward to continuing to grow our team and serving even more clients in the months to come.

“It’s been a period of high growth for our PR offering here at Impression, in spite of the challenges of the past year. I couldn’t be more proud of the team we have built here at Impression and it’s great to see their work recognised in this way.”

The Drum Recommends Awards celebrate and recognise the best-rated agencies, looking at over 3,500 client ratings across 135 Recommended Agencies to find the winners.

It’s an exciting time for our digital PR team who have recently welcomed three new recruits to support its growing client portfolio. The team are currently working with a range of leading brands such as Clarins, Sass and Belle and Magnet Kitchens.

It’s also been an incredible few months for awards, our digital PR team has been shortlisted for ‘Best Use of PR in a Search Campaign’ and ‘Best Use of Content Marketing’ at the 2021 European Search Awards, the winners will be announced later this month. Fingers crossed!

Congratulations to everyone else who won a Drum Recommends Award. You can check out the rest of the results here.

Find out more about our awards, check out our case studies or get in touch today to find out more about our PR services.

Polly Astill

Marketing Manager

Polly has specialist knowledge in Digital Marketing Strategy.