It’s a very happy Friday in the office, and that’s because we received the news this week that Visualsoft has topped the polls and been ranked number one by our clients in a national census of independent agencies.
Back in February, we started the Independent Agencies Census journey – which is undertaken by industry specialists The Drum – with the end goal of reaching the top 50. Well.. we wen’t a little further than that (we must admit, we even excelled our own expectations too!) and we’re thrilled to have picked up 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions in three different polls in The Drum’s Annual Independent Agencies Census 2015!
The census, which is published in association with RAR, provides a comprehensive review of the independent digital and marketing agency landscape in the UK, comprised of three primary polls measuring financial performance, client satisfaction and peer recognition.
Team VS was ranked 1st in the client poll, 3rd in the peer poll, and number 26 in the financial poll at the breakfast event on Wednesday morning. We also gained an additional accreditation – appearing second in the Elite table, which ranks the highest performers from the three polls combined.
Our CEO Dean, who attended the event, said “We’re incredibly proud to be featured so prominently throughout The Drum’s independent report, and especially topping the polls as a result of feedback from our clients”.
According to the Drum, “Visualsoft topped the client poll with consistent performance across our entire range of metrics aided by particular high ratings for On Time and On Budget. Of the 23 agencies reviewed for this size group, the agency was ranked number one across six out of seven criteria.
“The company has shown an exceptional performance in the client poll supplemented by a strong showing in the peer vote”.
We’d like to thank our clients and peers who voted for us in the Independent Agencies Census 2015, because without your votes, we wouldn’t have achieved these amazing positions – so, a big, big thank you from Team VS, and three cheers for digital agencies everywhere. Hip hip, hooray!