Lewis takes top slot in tech table

Lewis Communications has retained top spot in PRWeek’s Top 50 Technology League Table.

Although the agency’s fee income nudged up just one per cent from £5.49m in 2002 to £5.53m last year, it was just one of four agencies in the top ten to see fee income rise.

Second-placed Write Image grew 15 per cent from £3.21m to £3.68m, while third-placed Bite Communications’s tech fee income dropped 18 per cent, from £3.7m to £3.05m.

Kinross & Render recorded a 113 per cent increase, while Brands2Life stormed into the top ten on the back of a 49 per cent increase.

Telecoms, software and services accounted for the bulk of fee income increase.

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act prevented firms owned by Omnicom, Interpublic, WPP, Grey, Havas and Publicis from entering.

Technology league table, p27

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