TEXT 100

Expertise: the New York team
Expertise: the New York team

Global CEO Aedhmar Hynes
Ownership Next Fifteen
Number of offices 26
Key clients SanDisk, AMD, IBM

Text 100 has focused on the development of strong digital expertise over the years, hiring and training digital experts in each office and doubling the size of the global digital development team. This is now bearing fruit as the agency is shedding its image of a purely tech agency, and increasing awareness of its digital work.

Clients including The Food Network, MTV, The Weather Channel, Shazam and Kayak.com joined others such as British Airways, American Express, Coca-Cola, Chevrolet, Nissan, Tesco and The HK Tourism Board to take advantage of this digital expertise.

Despite this focus on digital growth, Text 100's main accounts are still in the tech sector: SanDisk, AMD, IBM, Xerox, NXP and Schneider Electric.

Employee satisfaction metrics are at an all-time high, with 85 per cent of employees saying they are 'proud' to work for Text 100. It has also retained 79 per cent of its senior team around the world so has faced little pressure to recruit.

#DigitalRising brought the firm's entire leadership together for a global offsite meeting where a new three-year company strategy was rolled out.

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