11 January 2011 - 3:10pm | posted by | 0 comments

The Drum's New Year’s Honours

The Drum's New Year’s HonoursThe Drum's New Year’s Honours

It’s the New Year which means it is time to dish out The Drum's New Year’s Honours, but which marketing services agencies were, in our opinion, the best of class for 2010?

Following a great deal of deliberation looking back over a year of headlines, clients won and lost, companies started or gone bust, and a whole host of creative work, we undertook the arduous task of identifying the best agencies from each of our regions in advertising, digital, design, integrated, PR and BTL. And, looking forwards, we’ve made our predictions of who are the ‘ones to watch’ for the year ahead.

The results include the North West’s best digital agency going to Code Computerlove following another year at the forefront of the digital scene, while Tangerine scooped the region’s best PR agency title. Newcastle’s Different took ad agency of the year for the North East and Multiply claimed Scottish BTL agency of the year. Taxi Studio and E3 won honours in the South West and in the Midlands Purple Circle was named design agency of the year. Yorkshire Integrated agency of the year was named as Fuse8, while Uber won ad agency of the year for the region and MadebyPi picked up the digital agency nod.

The full list of The Drum’s New Year Honours can be found on the MiNetwork website.

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