Prosek Partners Earns Top Marks from Business Insider and Forbes

Leading independent public relations and financial communications and marketing firm, Prosek Partners continues to top industry rankings, with Founder and CEO Jen Prosek named to Business Insider’s Top Financial Communications Pros and the firm receiving a perfect score on Forbes' America’s Best PR Agencies 2021 lists.

“We’re grateful to our clients, colleagues and industry peers for this recognition,” said Jen Prosek, founder and CEO, Prosek Partners. “The firm has really doubled down on our spirit of grit, hustle and humanity throughout the pandemic, providing strategic counsel and top-tier service when our clients need it the most.”

Business Insider’s inaugural Top Financial Communications Pros list highlighted the 15 most-sought financial PR pros based on assignments they have handled, the caliber of their clients and revenue growth. Nominees were identified through a combination of reporting, nominations and publicly available information, and Prosek was recognized for her foresight of the importance of proactive communications, expertise in transactions and special situations work and the firm’s three-year average revenue growth of 16 percent.   

Based on an independent survey of more than 12,000 PR experts and 20,500 customers, Forbes’ inaugural America’s Best PR Agencies list recognized Prosek Partners as one of the top 200 firms across sectors and specialties. Further, Prosek received five out of five stars in the ranking, exceeding the median score of four stars, indicating that participants were “very likely” to nominate the agency. 

“The diversification of our offerings – from our marketing offerings – running campaigns, design, digital and content creation; to our sophisticated transactions, crisis & issues management – has helped us serve our clients in this difficult year,” added Prosek.

As financial and professional services firms continue to navigate the changing landscape, Prosek Partners continues to provide the latest intelligence to guide decision making. In October, the firm released Prosek's 2020 Journalist Survey, offering a pulse on how the media is conducting its work amid the pandemic and what back-to-the-newsroom plans look like. The survey and accompanying infographic can be found here.