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Industry buoyant despite challenging environment – Econsultancy

Entrants are ranked by fee income from digital activities in the UK, with IBM iX and Atos Digital Services second and third respectively, an unchanged top three. The report shows fee income of the Top 100 up 15% on 2018, in line with Tech Nation figures showing the UK’s digital tech sector is accelerating 2.6x faster …

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“You may know we’ve been trying to ban the use of the word digital” – Econsultancy

In only his first year as CEO of WPP, Mark Read has been voted by his peers as the industry’s most influential person (according to Econsultancy’s Top 100 Digital Agencies report, sponsored by MiQ and set to be released on Friday). Nick Watt, Econsultancy’s Head of Partner Content, took the opportunity to talk to Read …

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A day in the life of… Catherine Merritt, CEO and founder of marketing agency Spool – Econsultancy

Catherine Merritt is described on Spool’s website as a problem solver with global agency pedigree and startup hustle. After achieving her goals at one of the world’s largest PR firms, she went it alone to create a different kind of agency. Let’s find out more about what Merritt’s day-to-day looks like… Please describe your job: …

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How to maximise creativity within client-agency relationships – Econsultancy

As a client, it’s often difficult to know how much freedom to grant your agency. Leaving agencies to their own devices can result in some unexpected results further down the line. Sticking your oar in too much can frustrate relationships and lead to mixed signals and, ultimately, a confused result. So, how do you go …

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A day in the life of… Kimi Gilbert, Training & Development Director at The Future Factory – Econsultancy

Kimi Gilbert is Training & Development Director at new business consultancy The Future Factory. She manages a team of five people who are undertaking lead generation for five different agencies. She also does pro-bono one-on-one coaching for start up creative businesses on the Mayor of London’s business growth programme, and is a core member progressing …

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Even more things that I wish agencies understood about clients – Econsultancy

I recently wrote a blog post that drew upon my eye-opening experience when I went client-side after a long(ish) career in agencies. The post received quite a response, largely positive, and it confirmed for me that many clients feel frustrated that they aren’t being truly understood. So I’ve written another, confident in the knowledge that …

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