Finding the right Public Relations agency can be a stressful, time-consuming and costly process.

That is why the PRCA run a free service that will match your needs with the capabilities of agencies that have the internationally adopted Communications Management Standard and are tied into the PRCA's Codes of Conduct and Professional Charter.

So how does the service work…
  • Contact the PRCA – we run a free and impartial business service matching briefs to agencies, saving you time, money and hassle.
  • Standards – only PRCA members that have signed up to our Codes of Conduct and have been accredited will make it on the list.
  • Understanding – we take the time to fully understand your brief, so that all of the agencies shortlisted ‘best fit’ your requirements.
  • Search – the search will be conducted by region, sector, size of agency and any other additional requirements. The list will be narrowed to 6-8 agencies that fit the brief and then they will be given a week to put their credentials together and send them across to you.
  • Confidential – there is an option for this to remain confidential, this means that the shortlisted agencies will not know the company details only the sector.
  • Next steps – once you have had a look through the credentials, it is up to you to decide what route you would like to take. Most client’s shortlist to 3 or 4 agencies and then they invite them to a formal pitch. Then after that, hopefully you have found your perfect match! You are under no obligations to use one of the agencies that have been suggested.
If you would like the PRCA to search for your perfect match, please submit the Online Briefing Form

“The service saved hours of time in finding the right agency.”

Mark Bishop
Allianz Insurance

“The FAPRA service was invaluable in helping us run a swift pitch process, letting us sift through hundreds of options to find the most suitable firms. We were very satisfied with the quality of the recommended firms and the guidance that PRCA provided throughout the process.”

Dan Yates

“I believe that MBF found an agency that we wouldn't have found otherwise through your service. Not only did they have the skills and experience to deliver within the charitable sector they were also able to work within our budget, which is important in today's economic climate.”

Emma Dobie
Mentoring and Befriending Foundation

“We have found the PRCA's Find a PR Agency most helpful, given that we are in a rather esoteric field and PR had not been used to any great extent by other companies in it. The ability to narrow down likely agencies with relevant experience was enormously time saving and we suspect, cost saving too.”

David Peddy
Surgical Instrument group holdings Ltd

“PRCA helped organizing and arranging the incredibly vibrant and talent-filled PR firm selection for our organization perfectly. PRCA recognizes and supports their client’s in need, and successful result to be their best!”

Chris K. Yoo
From the Republic of Korea

 “Our strategy is to become the pre-eminent organisation for UK householders hiring a tradesman.  WITH PR’S national media insight, social media strategy and drive to support our aims was what set them apart. Spending the time looking for a reputable PR agency was halved thanks to FAPRA.”

Stuart Carter
Head of PR & Marketing, TrustMark 

“Greenfields understood the aim of Engine Service Design, which is to bring our clients’ customer experiences to life. The Greenfields and Meteor teams are enthusiastic and are able to bring a fresh view on how we position ourselves within the market. FAPRA brought us a great selection of agencies to pick from, which helped speed up the process of hiring a PR consultancy.”

Joe Heapy, Director of Engine Service Design

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  • Fee income is defined as fees or income arising from time spent on carrying out public relations consultancy work plus any mark up and any handling charges or profits made on disbursement or expenses.
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Conflict of interest clients
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