For the first time in our 7 year history, we’ve now been noted by The Drum, the UK’s leading marketing industry magazine, as one of their top independent agencies.
Ranked 51st on the list out of many thousands of independent marketing agencies, the drum surveys all agencies across a broad range of categories based on turnover, revenue per head, employee size, profitability and growth added to a heavy weighting of client rankings to generate a list of the top agencies.
We are looking forward to growing our way through the rankings as the years go on!
Following our amazing win of the prestigious Design award last month, and not only have we been ranked highly in The Drum’s top 100 Independent Marketing Agencies, but we’ve also just been shortlisted in 6 categories in the first RAR Digital Awards 2014. We have been nominated for:
As ever, RAR Digital Awards are judged by a panel of expert judges based on peer and client recognition and we look forward to seeing if we’ve won in June!
Thank you for everyone who continues to support us and recognise the hard work that the whole team puts in!
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