The Drum launches voting for its Independent Agencies Census Peer Poll to establish the most respected indie agencies in the UK

By Sam Scott | former employee

Results International Group LLP


research article

February 13, 2014 | 2 min read

Today sees the launch of the final stage of The Drum's Independent Agencies Census, as companies are invited to vote for their peers from an extensive shortlist.

The Independent Agencies Census – which is sponsored by global corporate finance advisors Results International – will be published on 14 May and will provide the most comprehensive overview of the UK's independent agencies to date.

In addition to ranking agencies according to financial performance and client satisfaction, companies from an array of marketing disciplines will be voted for by their peers to determine those most worthy of recognition.

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Voters may nominate agencies that do not appear on the shortlist, however, self-nominations will not be accepted. Agencies that wish to enter the census can read how to do so here.

The Drum is calling agencies to vote for their peers on The Drum website until end-of-play on Friday 28 February. You can vote by opening the survey in a new window here.

Subscribers to The Drum will receive the Independent Agencies Census as a free supplement in The Drum magazine. Non-subscribers can either subscribe to get this report free or can purchase a single copy.

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