Ascending Econsultancy’s Top 100 rankings for third consecutive year

12 September 2017

Econsultancy’s Top 100 Digital Agencies Report 2017 has been published today and ClearPeople have leaped 9 places up the rankings to number 82.

Running in its fifteenth year, the Top 100 Digital Agencies report lists the largest digital agencies, ranked by their fee income from digital activities in the UK. ClearPeople’s new placing reflects a great period of growth for the independent agency which has risen through the ranks since its debut three years ago. 

The report also features in-depth analysis and commentary on the state of the industry, along with useful information to help client-side professionals choose the right partner to help achieve their business goals.

Katya Linossi, Managing Director of ClearPeople says: “I’m very proud of the entire ClearPeople team for what has been a fantastic year. We have featured in Econsultancy’s report for the past three years and are really pleased to have steadily climbed up the rankings each year. It’s testament to the great work that’s been done in the past year guiding new and existing clients through their digital transformation strategies, helping them to achieve improved customer experiences and increased productivity with our digital workspace solutions.”

Commenting on the state of the industry, Econsultancy Founder and Centaur Marketing President Ashley Friedlein says: “Digital transformation is now firmly the remit of marketers, highlighting the new opportunities for agencies to engage with their clients but agencies may increasingly lose out to the big consultancies in winning large digital transformation work. Digital transformation is about change management, business strategy, data architecture, process, systems integration and cultural transformation, all of which is home turf to consultancies who have been aggressively acquiring or hiring agency talent”.

The report illustrates key industry trends including the total fee income of the Top 100 agencies surpassing £2.3 billion this year.

You can view the State of the Industry report here.