fuoco, a healthcare marketing and communications agency, today announced that it has been named one of five national finalists for PRWeek’s 2022 Outstanding Boutique Agency award.
Now celebrating its 23rd year, the PRWeek Awards are firmly established as one of the communications industry’s highest accolades and are considered a national mark of excellence. Agency awards recognize financial and client-list growth, client retention, creativity and innovation and other relevant factors including office culture, brand identity and thought leadership. The Outstanding Boutique Agency award category is open to any firm with annual income of less than $5 million.
For fuoco, this recognition comes after a record-breaking year of growth and marks a momentous occasion in the agency’s dedication to its clients and team members.
Winners will be announced at the in-person gala and ceremony on March 16, 2022, at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. See the complete list of finalists.
fuoco is a Nashville-based marketing and communications agency focused on healthcare, technology, exceptional results, and doing good work that’s meaningful. Founded in 2017, fuoco brings deep healthcare B2B knowledge and experience, sophisticated and strategic thinking and a figure-it-out mentality to every client engagement. We back our work with The BF DiffTM — our “before fuoco” guarantee that clients will experience a marketable difference within 90 days of joining forces. Learn more at growwithfuoco.com.
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