CDS climbs in Top 100 rankings
It’s the season for the UK’s Top 100 agency rankings. We’re delighted to see we’ve climbed several places and improved our position in all of them.
CDS continues to grow and build on our successes in 2014. We covered some of these in our Looking back at 2014 blog post.
eConsultancy Top 100 Digital Agencies
The eConsultancy Top 100 Digital Agencies Report lists the UK’s top 100 digital marketing, technical, design and build, and creative agencies. Agencies are ranked on fee income from digital activities in the UK.
We’re the 3rd largest technical agency in the UK.
CDS is ranked 59th largest overall, moving up 7 places from position 66 last year.
Design Week Top 100
The annual Design Week Top 100 survey provides a detailed and holistic analysis of the financial state of the design industry. It lists 100 of the participating design consultancies, ranked by fee income.
Design Week reports that “this year’s figures indicate a slightly tougher commercial environment than some might expect”. Despite challenging times for the design industry as a whole, CDS has thrived.
Here’s the good news:
- CDS moves from 22 in 2014 up 5 places to number 17 overall this year.
- In the Design for Digital category we are now ranked fifth largest in the UK.
- And in the Design for Print category we are ranked second largest in the UK.
CDS Marketing Manager, Paul Meersman said: “We’re delighted with the results. Organic growth is achieved by re-winning existing contracts as well as generating new business. We’re growing because we employ the best talent, provide exceptional customer experiences, consistently ship high quality work and we’re able to add value through insight and innovation.”
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