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SapientNitro has been named number one UK agency in The Top 100 Digital Agencies Report, published by Econsultancy and New Media Age.

The Top 100 Digital Agencies Report ranks agencies by their UK fee income from digital activities, while supplementary lists rank agencies by their core discipline. With a UK digital fee income of £132,118,020 (year to Dec 2012) and 913 staff, SapientNitro heads the overall Top 100 list, in front of LBi and AKQA in second and third place respectively, and is ranked number one in the Top 50 Marketing Agencies list.

Nigel Vaz, SVP and Managing Director, SapientNitro, says: “Leading both The Top 100 Digital Agencies Report and its Top 50 Marketing Agencies list is a truly remarkable achievement and is testament to the many fantastic clients we work with. As stewards for their brand, we have a relentless focus on helping our clients redefine the way they engage with today’s connected consumers. By creating stories across brand communications, digital engagement and omni-channel commerce, we help them transform and succeed in today’s always-on world.”

Recognition by Econsultancy and New Media Age tops a successful period for SapientNitro, in which it has also been ranked no. 1 in Marketing Magazine’s Digital League Table in 2012, was named Digital Agency of the Year 2012 at the DADI Awards and remains the UK’s largest independent agency. SapientNitro took the top spot in NMA’s Top 100 Interactive Agencies for five consecutive years prior to merging with Econsultancy late last year.

The Top 100 Digital Agencies Report is available for download both as a PDF report and interactive Excel file on the Econsultancy site.

Published on: 10:50AM on 26th June 2013