Greenlight announced as the winner of The Drum Digital Census Elite Poll
Greenlight has been named as the winner of the 51-100 digital staff Elite Poll in this year's Drum Digital Census which covered three research areas - financial performance, client satisfaction and the respect of peers.
The announcement was made at an invite only breakfast briefing held today at Lewis Silkin's offices on Chancery Lane, London.
The Drum Digital Census 2013 recognises agencies across the UK that are highly rated by their clients, admired by their peers and performing well across a range of financial assessments.
Only those agencies that achieved rankings in all three research areas featured in The Drum Digital Census Elite tables. To find the top digital agencies for each poll, it used research compiled through questioning agency clients and peers, financial data, and Recommended Agency Register data.
Of Greenlight, the report concluded it "not only performed well financially, but has also gained the respect of the wider community." Its clients praised the agency's "exceptional delivery of PPC campaigns", whilst peers said they were "impressed by its fantastic SEO proposition".
Earlier in the year, Greenlight, which won an award at The Digitals in the 'Web Analytics & Optimisation' category, was also named a UK Top 100 Digital agency in Econsultancy's UK's Top 100 Digital Agencies report.
More recently, Greenlight has been shortlisted in seven categories for the forthcoming 2013 Dadi Awards, noting the impressive results the agency has helped its clients, RS Components and Legal & General Investments, accomplish. Now in their 7th year, the Dadi Awards recognise digital excellence and reward effective digital strategies and campaigns, bringing together individuals and companies at the forefront of digital.
Warren Cowan, founder and CEO at Greenlight commented:
"We are exceptionally pleased and proud that all our hard work has been recognised by the Drum Digital Census, particularly as client satisfaction constituted a core component of it."