Half-Term Reports 2013: Goodstuff

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 Goodstuff view the first six months of their year.

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Score (self-awarded): 8

Number of staff: 31

New business / billings: £30M

Summary of the year so far: "The first half of 2013 has been fun (and the second half looks promising). We’ve maintained our new business momentum from 2012 with high profile wins such as House of Fraser and Huawei which has helped us to 3rd in the new business table and meant we’ve had to increase our headcount by 20%. Alongside this we’ve continued to produce award winning work for Virgin Media as part of the Fifty6 team (Revolution Awards Best Media & Entertainment Campaign for The 100 Day Gaming Project), History’s successful TV programme launch Duck Dynasty with a socially enabled campaign #whattheduck and the Yorkshire Tea Great British Tea Challenge with Northern & Shell. Our focus for the remainder of 2013 is to concentrate on fewer bigger pitches, ensure our clients and Goodstuffers are as happy as possible and continue to recruit the industry’s finest. Only regret was not going to Cannes which we intend to correct in 2014. "

Awards won so far in 2013: Revolution Awards Best Media & Entertainment Campaign for 'The Virgin Media 100 Day Gaming Project' as part of Fifty6

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