Half-Term Reports 2013: AnalogFolk

Campaign asked the ad and media industry to rate and summarise their performance so far in 2013, ahead of our School Reports for 2014. Here's how AnalogFolk view the first six months of their year.

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Score (self-awarded): 7

Number of staff: 70

New business / billings: £4M

Summary of the year so far: "Our 2013 started much like 2012 finished, with strong new business success. In the London office alone, we won the Thorpe Park business and were named Global Digital Agency for Malibu. We’ve launched standout work that delivers on our agency ethos of creating value for people. We designed and built both the beautiful new Dulux and Cuprinol websites. We created high profile campaigns for the SEAT Leon, Dulux, Thorpe Park and Ernst & Young. However, it was the project with the smallest budget that delivered most notoriety, with the ‘Guide to Manliness’ for Luksusowa vodka. We welcomed new folk including Simon Richings as Executive Creative Director from Tribal DDB, Alec Boere as Client Services Director from AKQA and Barney Voss as Head of Production from Dare. All that whilst moving into a new (bigger) office and celebrating our 5th birthday."

Awards won so far in 2013: N/A



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