After a new e-commerce partner? Here are 15 agencies endorsed by marketers
With our Retail Deep Dive around the corner, we review some of the best recommended e-commerce agencies.
We review some of the best recommended e-commerce agencies in the UK / rupixen on Unsplash
Next week, The Drum’s editorial team will be exploring the state of retail ahead of a key season in the calendar for consumer brands. With that, and the increasing investment and attention directed towards digital commerce by brands, we searched through The Drum Recommends database to find agencies recommended for their work in e-commerce, according to their own clients.
For those unfamiliar, The Drum Recommends is a free service designed by The Drum to help marketers find relevant, trusted agencies. Recommendations are based on reviews by the people best placed to judge their expertise – their clients.
Every year, The Drum Recommends receives thousands of ratings from advertisers. Marketers complete a survey that scores their agency’s performance and the quality and range of their services, as well as price. In order to become recommended for service, agencies must receive at least three client ratings.
Below, you’ll find the names, headcount and office locations of 15 agencies recommended by their clients for e-commerce services.
|Agency||Number of staff||Location(s)|
|Box UK||69||Cardiff, London|
|Enigma Interactive||41||London, Newcastle Upon Tyne|
|Harrison Carloss||14||London, Manchester, Stoke-on-Trent|
|Impression||107||London, Manchester, Nottingham|
|Jakala||1900||London, Madrid, Milano, New York, Riga, Sao Paulo, Shanghai|
|Push||70||Athens, Dubai, London|
|RH Advertising||13||Exeter, Plymouth|
|So Marketing||12||London, Stoke-on-Trent|
|StrategiQ||54||Ipswich, Leamington, London|
Would you recommend your agency partner to another marketer? Tell us all about your experience by rating their services. And if you work for an agency that you think deserves to be recommended, all you need to do is register with The Drum for free.