Design Week Top 100

We’re not ones to boast – right? Hell, yeah we are!

We’ve only gone and made it as one of Design Week’s Top 100 design consultancies everyone – woo-hoo, way to go, boom shakalaka, yippee, yah, horray, get in there!!!!!

The annual Design Week report is a: “definitive ranking recognising the most successful design businesses in the industry.” Their words, not ours!

The list provides a detailed and holistic analysis of the financial state of play, ranking the 100 most successful independent UK design businesses across all sectors, based on total fee income, while also spotlighting, growth, turnover, projections and staffing levels.

Having run for more than two decades, it remains the only source of market intelligence detailing the strategy, financial health, head count and fee income per head of the major UK design consultancies in an industry worth some £76.9bn per year to the UK economy.

This latest, in a long list of achievements, is testament to the great work of our team, the brilliant creative design and digital work that we’ve produce on behalf of our clients, and the way in which we’ve grown a strong and stable business. It’s a major achievement for us and one which we’ve every intention of building upon in the future.

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank our wives, our husbands, our children, our partners, our parents, our dogs, our cats, our goldfish, our rabbits, but most importantly, our clients. None of this would have been possible without you.

Oh blimey… someone hand me a tissue!

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