5W Public Relations, one of America’s ten largest privately-held PR agencies, announced 2018 revenue, posting gross revenue of $35.3 Million and net fee income of $32.4 Million for the year. The agency’s 2018 revenue figures reflect a 17.7% year-over-year growth.

“We continued our success in 2018, with great client work and driving forward of our vision of exceeding client expectations,” said Ronn Torossian, President & CEO of 5WPR.  “2018 saw 5W being named a top 10 independently-owned PR firm, surpassing $30 Million in annual revenue, adding many marquee clients to our roster—who continue to allow us to think bigger and drive innovation in the industry—expanding our service offerings in digital, and winning numerous awards.

“But, we are just getting started. Our sights are set on 2019—and beyond—where we will continue to pursue innovation and integration, leading the industry and our clients in the future of communications. We continue to think like a start-up, and continue to ensure that we work hard every single day to deliver value to our clients.”

5W saw strong revenue growth in 2018 across the firms’ four primary practice areas: Corporate, Consumer (Health & Wellness, Beauty & Grooming, Food & Beverage, Home & Housewares, Travel and Lifestyle), Technology (B2B and B2C) and Digital.

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