28 April 2016

Synergy gets top spot on The Drum Design Census

The good news keeps on coming! We’ve just landed top spot on The Drum’s Design Census elite list, which ranks agencies on financial performance and client satisfaction.

This follows on from the fantastic news earlier this week about our double award win at the Employer Brand Management Awards.


Published in partnership with the Recommended Agency Register (RAR), the list analysed the performance of over 100 design companies ranking us top for our size of 0-10 design employees.


We pride ourselves on brilliant creative, teamed with faultless strategy and we couldn’t be happier with this latest recognition. We have some of the best design talent in the business – and we’re recruiting for more!


And, not only did we make the top spot, but we’re up from 25th to 2nd place on financial performance alone.


Creative director Giles Hicks – who founded the agency 10 years ago with Nicky Clark and Gemma McGrattan – said:

“I am really proud of my creative team, this is well-deserved recognition for everything we’ve achieved and created together over the past 12 months.


“We’re always seeking inspiration from fashion, architecture, interiors – everywhere – and using it to challenge the status quo and make creative the best it can possibly be for our clients.”


See the full Drum Design Census list here.

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