Be Heard 20th in Econsultancy's Top 100 Digital Agencies Report

October 21st 2019

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This article was originally published on the Be Heard website

We are proud to announce that Be Heard has once again made it into the Econsultancy’s Top 100 Digital Agencies Report. The prestigious report lists the UK’s top 100 digital marketing, design and build, technical and creative agencies ranked by fee income and specialism. We have continued to move up through the rankings and have climbed from 26th  to 20th place this year. 

Be Heard – a collection of four partner companies which brings together specialists from data (Freemavens), tech (MMT Digital), media (agenda21) and creative (The Corner) – helps clients make better informed, creatively-led decisions around how they execute their digital transformation and moreover, how they communicate and engage with their audience. 

At Be Heard, we believe that a “one size” does not fit all and a more flexible approach is needed in order to provide clients with innovative solutions to real commercial challenges. With that in mind, our business model enables us to rapidly assemble bespoke teams around the client brief, sometimes that means working as a single provider with deep expertise in several service areas, other times acting as an individual agency, or in some cases providing multiple service combinations from two or more partner companies. 

Over the last 12 months, we’ve continued to drive leadership and growth, with significant EMEA and UK wins, including Drinkaware, Levi Strauss, Barclays, Avast, Carlsberg Group and NHS England, and many others. Thanks to the hard work, dedication and commitment of our 311 specialists across the business and our fantastic clients, we’re looking forward to further progress in 2020.  

In addition, we are delighted that 3pointsDIGITAL, the digital transformation consultancy which Be Heard acquired a minority stake in earlier this year, features on the Ones To Watch list.

The Econsultancy Top 100 full report can be found here.


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