Stickyeyes has once again been named as an ‘Elite Agency’ in The Drum Digital Census 2015, making us one of only 15 agencies with an employee headcount of more than 100 to achieve elite status.
The Drum Digital Census assesses digital agencies across the UK on both financial performance and client satisfaction, and it was feedback from our clients that was a key factor in achieving the coveted commendation.
We scored particularly highly on client satisfaction scores, which are based on client feedback from Recommended Agency Register.
Speaking on the publication of the 2015 Census, Stickyeyes commercial director Glen Conybeare said:
“Being named as an Elite Agency is a great achievement, but the most pleasing aspect is that we have once again succeeded in improving our client satisfaction score.
“Client satisfaction is extremely important to us, and these scores are a reflection of a lot of hard work from our team to ensure that our clients receive an industry-leading service.
“Brands are, quite rightly, demanding more from their digital agencies year on year and this score demonstrates that Stickyeyes is more than meeting those expectations.”
Stickyeyes currently has 130 employees across offices in Leeds and London, serving leading international brands including Hertz, Staples, and GlaxoSmithKline. In May, the Peterborough-based agency Zazzle Media joined the Stickyeyes Group, creating the UK’s largest digital content marketing agency.
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