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Leeds based Intermarketing Agency is celebrating three years in the top 10 in the Recommended Agency Register Top 100 agencies outside London list. The only Yorkshire based full service creative agency to reach the top 10 again.
Intermarketing has made the top 10 at number 7 in the list, only a drop of one place over the year, despite an additional 200 agencies being added to the pot. A great achievement from a list of 3,352 UK agencies.
The RAR rating looks at how profitable agencies are, how well they are growing and how efficient they are in terms of turnover per head of staff. The register recognises service excellence from marketing companies, rated on feedback from their clients.
Steve Antoniewicz, Managing Director, The Recommended Agency Register, said:
“With more agencies joining the register again this year, competition was intense. For Intermarketing Agency to achieve such a high position again is testament to the fact that they are running a very successful business.”
Managing Partners, Steve Sowden and Jamie Allan said:
“This is something to be extremely proud of. It is a reflection of our client feedback and the success of the agency as a whole. In the last year we have been through a buyout and recently, a rebrand, it is testament to our clients and to our entire team that we have managed to sustain this accolade.”

The Headingley based full service creative agency, founded in 1988, has evolved and expanded with many loyal clients working with them for years, some from the very start, and has a stream of new clients from recommendation and year on year business growth.

Published on: 3:30PM on 28th November 2012