There are various reasons for this. Sometimes it is purely a matter of timing and missing the deadline. For others, it is a way of hiding a poor set of figures.
We want to thank the agencies that enter every year. It helps us all to get a better picture of the agency landscape, for better or worse.
So we have changed the ‘new entry’ symbol in the table to be ‘re-entry’ if an agency has appeared before. And we are publishing this list of agencies who were in last year’s table (with their 2012 fee income) but did not participate this year with their 2013 income:
- EML Wildfire
- Open Road
- Tudor Reilly
- Communications Management
- The Reptile Group
- Barrett Dixon Bell
- Man Bites Dog
- Radio Relations
In order to make it into the table, the lowest fee income an agency needed in the latest table jumped to £810k, a big increase from 2013 when only £600k was required.
Lowest fee income in Top 150 PR Consultancies