We’re pleased to announce that Vaimo UK has made it second year in a row into Econsultancy’s Top 100 Digital Agencies report. In 2016 Vaimo was ranked at number 84 and in this year’s report we’ve reached the position number 76, with a fee income of £4,712,541, and the following top clients: Brown-Forman (Jack Daniel’s), Dyson, Agent Provocateur, Guthy-Renker (Proactiv+), and Osprey London
The annually published report divides agencies into categories such as “Media” and “Creative”. Vaimo qualifies under “Design and Build”.
Robin Carlsson, Country Manager at Vaimo UK comments:
“We are proud and excited to see our position in the Econsultancy’s Top 100 for Digital Agencies improve significantly from last year. This is in line with how our business has grown and we’re hoping to continue this growth through our continuous focus on quality of delivered projects to both B2B and B2C clients.”
The digital agency report is based on the accumulated fee income from digital activities in the UK in 2016. Fee income is determined by funds that have been retained after any third-party expenses have been fulfilled and is a more accurate measure to success than overall turnover, according to Econsultancy.
In addition to the report, Econsultancy includes an inclusive, dynamic online index that provides information on agencies according to fee income, agency type, and region. The Econsultancy report also features the leading 6 most respected agencies and the 7 most influential people, which were compiled based on votes by entrants to the Top 100.
The full report and free interactive version is available here.
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