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December 03, 2019

Anna Ruth Williams



Alloy, an award-winning tech PR agency at the epicenter of the future of PR, announced it has won or been named a finalist for 16 prestigious awards since the beginning of 2019. Validating Alloy's Panorama Approach, awards were earned for a diversity of client initiatives, including content marketing, media relations, social media, integrated marketing and three Agency of the Year titles.

The agency’s strong annual performance was cemented at yesterday’s PR News’ Agency Elite ceremony, where ARPR was named a Best Place to Work for the third consecutive year as well as Fastest Growing Agency. The awards banquet also recognized ARPR’s client campaigns and individual team members. In total, the team won five categories at the annual industry event.

2019 Alloy Awards:

  • Cyber Defense Magazine InfoSec Awards

    • Most Innovative PR Firm for InfoSec Companies

  • The Holmes Report Sabre Awards

    • Winner for MedTech Campaign of the Year on behalf of iCAD

    • Runner-up for Boutique Agency of the Year

  • Hermes Creative Awards

    • Gold Award for Best Social Media Campaign on behalf of StayWell

PR Daily’s Digital & Social Media Marketing Awards

  • Winner of PR Campaign of the Year on behalf of Coronet

  • Honorable mention for Media Relations Campaign of the Year on behalf of iCAD

  • PR Daily Media Relations Awards

  • Honorable mention for Best Announcement Pitch on behalf of Lime

Ragan’s Health Care PR & Marketing Awards

  • Honorable mention for Healthcare Agency of the Year Grand Prize

PR News Best Place to Work & Agency Elite Awards

  • Winner of Best Place to Work

  • Winner of Fastest Growing Agency of the Year

  • Renee Spurlin, SVP of Analytics and Digital Marketing, was named winner of innovator category

  • Evan Goldberg, SVP of Client Service, was named winner of PR category

  • Cortney Johnston, Account Director, was named winner of account lead category

Silicon Bayou 100 – Top People in Louisiana Tech

  • Awarded to Blair Broussard, Chief Operations and People Officer

Ada Lovelace Award

  • Awarded to Blair Broussard, Chief Operations and People Officer

“2019 was filled with many accomplishments, fortifying the agency’s ascendance into a top tech PR agency with a global client roster,” said Anna Ruth Williams, founder and CEO of Alloy. “From partnering with marquee Silicon Valley brands to expanding our bench of top talent to repeatedly exceeding client expectations – I couldn’t be prouder of everything achieved by this award-winning team. As we enter a new decade, Alloy will continue to deliver client campaigns that push the limits of what a PR firm can achieve, while also defining the modern agency business model and leading the conversation about the future of PR.”

To learn more about Alloy's current client roster, awards and services, and read our recent tech marketing resources, visit