State of the Industry 2017: Top 50 Agencies Revealed

C&IT's full Top 50 Agencies list, ranked by UK event-based turnover, is now available for download following the unveiling of the Top 20 last week.

 State of the Industry 2017: Top 50 Agencies Revealed
State of the Industry 2017: Top 50 Agencies Revealed

The Top 50 Agencies table is ranked by event-based turnover and agencies were asked to provide this figure, along with total UK turnover and pre-tax profit, for their most recent financial year.

Download the Top 50 Agencies 

New agencies in the Top 50 this year include FreemanXP EMEA at 13, In2Events at 44, emc3 at 46 and XSEM at 47, while Conference Care and Pure Events Management who have featured in previous years crept back in at 48 and 49.

Absolute Corporate Events, Purple Dog Solutions, Ex Events, Venues and Events International and NYS Corporate (since acquired by Capita) narrowly missed out on this year's Top 50, ranking 51-55.

Among the biggest climbers this year were Smyle, which jumped from 19 to 10, BCD Meetings and Events, which took 7th spot, up from 16 last year following its acquisition of Zibrant, and drp which climbed from 22 back up to 14.

Agencies missing this year include GPJ, which didn't submit its financial figures, and AddingValue, which went into voluntary liquidation in April.

Last week, C&IT revealed that Jack Morton Worldwide had taken the number one spot in the Top 20 Agencies list, followed by Banks Sadler, CWT Meetings and Events, Capita Travel and Events and Ashfield Meetings & Events.

More from State of the Industry 2017:

Agency MDs discuss Brexit's impact on the industry

In pictures: State of the Industry MDs' Dinner

State of the Industry 2017: 83% of agencies forecast growth

 


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