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News October 18, 2019

Dept scoops top 40 place in Econsultancy’s Top 100 Digital Agencies

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Dept has climbed an impressive 12 places in this year’s Econsultancy Top 100 Digital Agencies to 40th place. This is the fourth year of climbing the ranks for Dept, having entered in 84th place in 2016, 64th in 2017 and 52nd in 2018.

Jasper van de Luijtgaarden, Managing Director at Dept in the UK, said, “Having leapt another 12 places this year reaffirms Dept’s position as a leading player in the digital sector. Our ethos of being ‘big enough to cope, but small enough to care’ has really resonated with our clients, who want to work with an agency that has the scale of a large network, but with a boutique-agency feel. We’re laser-focused on continuing our growth and look forward to evolving our service offering in 2020 to help accelerate our clients’ digital reality.”

It’s been a busy and successful year for Dept’s UK team. Earlier this year, experience design agency e3creative joined Dept, the agency opened its new UK flagship office in the historic Bridgewater House, Manchester, and it launched a Commerce division. The team has strengthened its partnerships with brands including Triumph Motorcycles, Playstation and O2, while welcoming new clients including British Gymnastics, Destinology and Lyst.  

The Econsultancy Top 100 Digital Agencies Report is an annual listing of the UK’s largest digital marketing, design and build, technical and creative agencies, ranked by fee income from digital activities. It is the definitive listing of the largest digital agencies in the UK featuring in-depth analysis and commentary of all the agencies listed.

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