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News: The UK’s fastest growing agencies revealed!

Each year, the B2B Marketing UK Agencies Benchmarking Report reveals the fastest growers in the UK agency marketplace.

The fastest growers are those agencies that reported that largest year-on-year change in UK gross income.

In this year’s report, twogether ranked first place in our fastest growers table, reporting a YoY change in UK gross income of £3.3 million. In total, the agency’s UK gross income in the most recent financial year was £13.3 million.

In last year’s report, twogether still made the fastest growers table, but ranked 13


place. So, all in all, quite a couple of years for twogether!

Kirsty Gilchrist, CEO, twogether, said: “To be listed as the fastest-growing B2B agency is an incredible achievement.

“We’ve dedicated ourselves to implementing a vision to offer clients a unique, one-touch agency experience which has meant we’ve been able to bring technology to life in more imaginative ways and keep stand-out creativity at the heart of everything we do.

“The accomplishment is testament to our incredible clients and our talented team.”

Fastest growers

In this year’s fastest growers table, Iris came second, while Kingpin Communications followed behind in third place.

Commenting on their impressive £3.2 million change in UK gross income year-on-year, Richard Perry, CEO, Iris Business, said: “I’d love to say something profound and make myself look smarter than I am, but, essentially, it comes down to three things: the hard work of the team; the willingness of the clients; and the coming together of our plans developed over the last couple of years.”

Mirza Fur, director and co-founder, Kingpin Communications, added: “To be recognised as the UK’s third fastest growing B2B marcomms agency in what has been a uniquely challenging 12 months is a fantastic achievement and testament to the hard, smart and innovative work the whole team have put in.”

In fourth place came CTI digital, whilst The Crocodile followed closely behind in fifth. The Crocodile – which has now rebranded as The Croc – finished fourth in last year’s report, so has now been one of our top five fastest growers for two years running.

Adam Wooff, CEO, The Croc, said: “As the first B2B CX agency proposition in the market, The Croc has seen heightened demand from enterprise-level brands looking to harness their investments in technology and data to deliver contextual and seamless digital experiences throughout the customer journey. Our growth has been driven by brands such AWS and Cisco who have a deep conviction to put the needs of their customers at the heart of everything they do, and are working with agencies like The Croc to help them realise that ambition.”

Nick Rhind, CEO, CTI Digital, added: “We’ve always prioritised sustainable growth over quick wins. Because of this, we have a rock-solid foundation formed by innovative clients, driven staff, and quality services. With these elements in place, our growth has been able to snowball in recent years. We’re able to onboard giant projects and acquire agencies, knowing exactly how they will fit into our overall network.”

MOI has also reported another year of strong growth, landing in eighth place in last year’s fastest growers table, and seventh in this year’s table.

Napier also broke into our fastest growers table this year, landing in 13th place, with a year-on-year increase in UK gross income of £1.1 million.

Commenting on their inclusion, Mike Maynard, managing director, Napier, said: “The B2B Marketing league tables are a great indicator of which agencies are the most successful. We’re delighted to have been listed as one of the fastest-growing agencies in the UK, and one of the top three rising star agencies.”

For the full list, check out the report now by clicking the link below.

The B2B Marketing UK Agencies Benchmarking Report 2021

Who are the biggest and best UK B2B marketing agencies? In fact, what does the agency marketplace even look like at the moment? Find out here for loads of insights!

Download this report to find out.

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