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It's official - Econsultancy's Top 100 Digital Agencies report is now open for 2014 entries.

With the fee income from last year's agencies reaching a whopping £1.18bn, it will be interesting to see how the industry has developed within the last 12 months.

Last year we had over 400 agencies express an interest in the Top 100 Digital Agencies report and this year we expect even more to join.

With 70% saying they were "very optimistic" for their growth for the next 12 months, we expect the total fee income to rise substantially.

How optimistic are you for your business over the next 12 months?

Who topped the table last year?

The top 10 agencies for 2013 were:

  1. SapientNitro
  2. LBi
  3. AKQA
  4. Engine
  5. BAE Systems Detica
  6. Salmon
  7. Deloitte Digital
  8. iProspect
  9. RAPP
  10. Wunderman Network UK

MediaCom was listed as the top media agency.

In addition, six agencies were chosen as our ‘ones to watch’. These are Fluxx, Grandad London, Velocity Partners, Quill (formerly known as iTrigga), Radical Company and Nice Agency.

How does your agency get involved?

It's simple - head on over to the Top 100 instructions page for agencies where you'll find out how to get an entry pack and get involved.

Entries close at 5.30pm on Friday, 14th March.

Andrew Warren-Payne

Published 24 February, 2014 by Andrew Warren-Payne

Andrew Warren-Payne is a Senior Research Analyst at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter or Google+

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