Campaign Collective has been named one of PR Week’s “ones to watch” in 2017.
The respected industry publication has listed the Collective alongside six other new agencies which it believes will “make waves” in the year ahead.
Commenting on the Collective, PR Week writes:
Former Claremont director Simon Francis set up this firm [Campaign Collective] to provide affordable comms advice to charities and not-for-profit organisations, saying that the agency itself was a social enterprise that will reinvest profits into the third sector. PRWeek Power Book entrant Francis said: “The traditional marketing agency set-up and fees tend to be out of the reach of smaller charities and social enterprises. We wanted to change that.” It’s a novel business model, and a worthy entrant to our list.
Simon Francis commented:
We’re proud that PR Week has listed us as one to watch – it’s proof that our work for not-for-profits, public sector, social enterprises and charity PR is being noticed by the industry.
We hope we can live up to expectations in 2017!
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