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.
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