People First is our business model and our marketing approach. It unites our agency and has won us awards. We’re proud of our consistently high rating amongst staff, with a Glassdoor rating of 5/5. In the last year, we also placed 12th on The Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work For, 15th in The Drum’s Top 100 Independent Agencies Census and are one of Campaign’s 50 Best Places to Work.
We care deeply about creating long-term relationships. When it comes to relationships between our clients and their customers, we focus on creating value for people by enriching the experience the audience has with a brand. With our clients, we develop trust and with our staff, we enrich relationships by understanding them as people.
This year, we celebrate 10 years in business with an impressive controlled growth rate in both agency fees and recruitment rate, partnering with National Geographic, Kimberly-Clark™, Gatwick Airport, Dropbox and Bauer Media.
We can sum up our key focus for the year ahead in one word – partnerships:
- With tech and media partners: We partner with Sky and Google to host regular events that showcase the skills of our people. We recently hosted our third Google Premier Partner speaker event at Google St. Pancras Headquarters and look forward to an immersive experience on performance marketing with Sky on November 28th, 2019.
- The right clients: We have one key consideration in our entire qualification process of new business, ensuring they share our people first values.
- Our staff: We continue to develop and laud our staff, enabling them to take the spotlight and become industry thought leaders. Forefront and RocketMill Moments capture talks and speedy insights on industry trends from every person at RocketMill throughout the year, and achieve media coverage from the likes of The Drum and the BBC.
RocketMill believe in radical transparency with their team, sharing the spoils with them along the way, and believing that if they put their people first, that they will do the finest work of their careers for their clients.
Revenue and profit performance are the outcomes of this. And recent results back up their belief in this plan.
|Financial Year||June 2019|
|UK Digital Fee Income (£)||4,519,885|