Campaign School Reports 2013 now available

Campaign has published its annual School Reports for 2013.

Campaign School Reports 2013 now available

High scoring shops include Campaign’s ‘Agency of the Year’ winners, such as Bartle Bogle Hegarty, OgilvyOne, Work Club and Goodstuff Communciations, which all scooped the ‘outstanding’ score of 9.

To find out who didn’t score so well and more about the remaining 83 agencies, download the Campaign School Reports app by clicking here. 

Other top scorers that received an 8 score for ‘excellent’, include MediaCom, Grey London and new entry, Jam.

Campaign, editor, Danny Rogers said: "Looking afresh at this fascinating snapshot of the UK creative agency scene, one is struck by what an incredibly diverse, dynamic and lustrous sector exists within these shores."

"But the pressure to perform has never been higher. Not only is the competition fierce, but any agency not reinventing itself on at least an annual basis is guaranteed to cede important turf."

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