Global Managing Director at We Are Social
30 March 2011 16:51pm
If only you'd done it in reverse-alphabetical order, but moving Y to the beginning of the alphabet, I'd have been happier!
It would be interesting to get your definition of small-to-mid-sized - there are now 80 of us here at We Are Social, spread across 4 offices...
Digital Strategist at Lucid UK
30 March 2011 17:03pm
I previously worked at 1000heads. They are brilliant at SM/WOM/ - their theoretical approach is second to none. The end :)
CEO at Econsultancy
"small-to-mid-sized" is admittedly a bit vague but, basically, I'm working on the assumption that there aren't any "Large" companies in this space so they are all SMEs.
Depending on whose definition you choose to pick a 'large' company is typically at least 250+ employees but usually 500+.
So you're doing very well but you're still "small-to-mid-sized" by my reckoning ;)
30 March 2011 17:05pm
Well, I suppose it gives us something to aim for...
Online PR/Social Media Consultant at Econsultancy
30 March 2011 17:06pm
Ashley, you're a brave man.
Prepare for a slew of PR, Ad, media, search and digital agencies to steam in adding themselves to the list without reading the small print. Good list I reckon.
Digital Marketer at Firehoop
30 March 2011 17:10pm
Leapfrog deserve a mention. I don't work for them or have any reason for promoting them except I like to appreciate good work.
They've done great things with Feather and Black. So much so that I took the time to dig around and find out who their digital agency were.
So, here you go, another one to add to the list:
and here's their F&B case study:
30 March 2011 17:11pm
@Aaron - high praise indeed for a *former* employee
@Michelle - yes, the vitriol is already building... ;)
A couple so far that I think I should have included in the list:
Wildfire (sorry, Danny) - http://www.wildfirepr.co.uk/
Rabbit - http://www.therabbitagency.com/
I'm sure there will be others that come out of the digital woodwork...
30 March 2011 17:13pm
@Emily - I'm sure Leapfrogg have done great things but I wouldn't categorise them as a specialist social media agency? More 'full service'. That doesn't mean they don't do social stuff, or do it well, but if you opened it up to full service agencies the list would be a *lot* longer (iCrossing, LBi etc. etc.)
Managing Director at No Pork Pies
30 March 2011 17:31pm
No Pork Pies - http://www.noporkpies.com. We're pretty new but have worked on social projects for some decent brands - 2K Games and Noble Caledonia to name a couple
Director at Qube Media
30 March 2011 17:37pm
Hey Chris & Aliya - thanks both for recommending Qube Media. Ashley, pah and shame on you for missing us off the list :D
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