Top marks in The Drum's Digital Census

We're very proud to announce that Code has been ranked the top Elite agency outside London -- and fourth overall -- in a UK-wide Digital Census conducted by national marketing magazine The Drum.

The Elite table for businesses with between 51-100 employees recognises those agencies who made it into all three polls covered by the census, which provides the most comprehensive review of agencies supplying digital services in the UK.

In addition to size bands, the polls were broken down into financial, client and peer review and 14 out of the 42 agencies in Code's size category achieved Elite status.

Code was placed highly in each section of the census; number three in the peer poll and fifth in region in the financial poll in recognition of our digital fee income percentage growth in the last financial year.

For the past two years, The Drum has published The Drum Digital 100, a report focussed solely on financial performance, with digital fee income the only measure of success. This year, it added additional performance indicators to recognise all players in the digital landscape -- not just the biggest.

The resulting report offers more value to brands and agencies looking to gain a deeper understanding of the UK's digital marketing landscape and so we're delighted to have ranked so highly.

While we're constantly receiving positive feedback from our clients in terms of satisfaction levels (so we know we're always going to do well on this level), it's also great to be praised so highly by our peers. This in particular helps us to attract the best digital talent in the UK, which is vital to our ongoing success -- even 14 years down the line.


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