Top 50 Agencies 2017: profiles 21-30

Read profiles of agencies ranked 21 to 30 in C&IT's Top 50 Agencies table, based on 2016 events turnover, including Clive, BI WORLDWIDE, The Appointment Group, FIRST and AOK Events.

Top 50 Agencies 2017: profiles 21-30
Top 50 Agencies 2017: profiles 21-30

Clive jumped to 21, from 24 last year, BI WORLDWIDE came in at 22, down slightly from 20, and Fisher Productions dropped one spot to 24.

Grey Dawes Group is a new entry – the company bought TMG Events, which was ranked joint 34th a year ago – and TTA made a return this year at 30 (the same position it held two years ago).

The Appointment Group was up from 29 to 25, Worldspan and AOK Events shared 26th place after ranking 26 and 27 respectively last year, FIRST (formerly First Protocol) maintained its position at 28 and First Event climbed to 29, from joint 36th.

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.

View and download the full Top 50 Agencies list as a PDF here

Profiles of agencies ranked 21-30 can be found below. Click on the links below to read key stats about each agency.

21 - Clive Agency

22 - BI WORLDWIDE

23 - Gray Dawes Group

24 - Fisher Productions

25 - The Appointment Group

=26 - Worldspan

=26 - AOK Events

28 - FIRST

29 - First Event

30 - TTA

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