Midas lands in PRWeek Top 150 PR Consultancies 2020

London. 30 April 2020: Leading independent communications agency, Midas PR, has once again been ranked in PRWeek’s Top 150 PR Consultancies for 2020.

The PRWeek UK Top 150 table provides key insights into the status of the PR sector in the UK in the 2019 calendar year. Last year was the ninth consecutive year of near-double-digit growth for consultancies, suggesting the comms industry is robust enough to recover quickly after the Coronavirus pandemic.

Jason Bartholomew, Joint-CEO at Midas PR, said: “Midas has featured regularly in the top 150 over many years, and I am so pleased to see us crack into the list yet again. It’s a true testament to the hard work of the entire Midas team in what was a stellar year for the company.”

In 2019 and in the first quarter of 2020, Midas PR launched numerous authors into the bestsellers charts including Jess Phillips MP for Truth To Power: 7 Ways to Call Time on B.S. (Monoray); Scarlett Curtis’ It’s Not OK To Feel Blue (And Other Lies…) (Penguin Random House Children’s); Alex Michaelides’ The Silent Patient (Orion, paperback); and Maggie O’Farrell’s first historical novel Hamnet (Headline). Meanwhile Midas delivered stellar campaigns for literary, cultural and arts events such as The Figureheads at The Box museum in Plymouth; Ai Weiwei: Yours Truly UK premiere at Raindance Film Festival 2019; and Waterstones Children’s Laureate Launch with Cressida Cowell and BookTrust.

The full PRWeek Top 150 table is available here.

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About Midas Public Relations

Midas PR is a leading independent communications agency for books, publishing, culture and the arts. Clients include Audible, Saatchi Gallery, Artes Mundi, AA Hospitality Awards and Historic England, as well as a broad range of publishing accounts such as Wellcome Book Prize, Cheltenham Literature Festival, International Dylan Thomas Prize, Booksellers Association, The London Book Fair, Penguin, Harper Collins, Hachette, Simon & Schuster, and Private Eye, alongside authors Peter May, Nicholas Sparks, Jess Philips, Maggie O’Farrell, Alex Michaelides, and Scarlett Curtis.

 

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