This week, BAM was named one of America's Best PR Agencies for 2021, according to a list by Forbes and market research firm Statista.
"What a surprise to have this honor alongside some huge and well-respected agencies in our space. It's a testament to our partners, our team here, and the array of people who have worked with BAM over the last 12 years. Kudos to Forbes for highlighting the important work of storytelling and making this award one that garnered by 3rd party references and data," said BAM's CEO Beck Bamberger.
Forbes partnered with market research firm Statista for the inaugural ranking of America’s Best PR Agencies 2021. To develop the list, Statista surveyed more than 12,700 experts and 20,500 customers who nominated more than 5,000 firms. Participants were asked to indicate how likely they were to nominate a particular agency on a scale of zero (very unlikely) to 10 (very likely). Statista then narrowed the list to the top 200 and gave those that received at least the median score a four-star rating and those that exceeded the median score a five-star rating.
Check out the full list on Forbes' website, plus more information about the list and the methodology behind the survey. Want to hear how BAM can tell your brand's story in 2021? Check out our website.
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