8 January 2013 - 4:10pm | posted by | 0 comments

The Drum launches second annual Design 100 survey

The Drum launches second annual Design 100 surveyThe Drum launches second annual Design 100 survey

The Drum's Design 100, which provides an authoritative guide to the top 100 design agencies in the UK, has launched today.

The second annual Design 100, published in March, will review the design agency landscape across the UK, providing a comprehensive guide for clients seeking an agency.

As well as ranking agencies by size, the free-to-enter guide will also rank them according to a client satisfaction study and peer poll. As a result it will prove one of the most comprehensive surveys of the UK design scene published to date.

To be included in the rankings, you must complete an online questionnaire which will allow us to rank your agency in line with the competition. The form will ask for information relating to income and this information should ideally be provided by a financial director, CEO or MD.

In addition we invite you to tell us about other design companies you rate and why – this will form the basis of the peer poll. We will also ask you for the name of some clients we can contact in order to compile our client satisfaction study.
 
The deadline for completion of this survey is Thursday 24 January. Please note, submissions received after this date may not be accepted.

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