The Drum has today launched its second Digital Census – a major industry report sponsored by corporate finance and advisory practice Green Square, and creative recruitment consultancy, Purple.
Following the comprehensive evaluation of the UK’s digital agency landscape provided in last year’s report of the same name, the Digital Census 2014 will rank agencies along three main dimensions: financial performance, client satisfaction and peer recognition.
Andrew Moss, director of Green Square, said: "The Drum Digital Census acts as a barometer of the digital arena in the UK, monitoring the developments and trends within the sector – it's a great place to get noticed and a vital benchmarking survey."
In addition to ranking agencies on key financial metrics, such as turnover and fee income, The Drum will partner with the Recommended Agency Register (RAR) to rank the UK’s digital agencies in accordance with satisfaction ratings they receive from their clients.
Alongside this, the Digital Census peer poll will be open to public and industry votes in order to establish the firms most respected by their contemporaries.
The Drum is calling on the UK’s digital agencies to submit information by Friday 13 June.
Detailed information about the research and how to participate can be found here. Alternatively you may either submit the required information by completing the form below, or open the survey in a separate page here.
The report will be published in September.
The Drum's Digital Census is sponsored by: