Half Term Reports 2014: The Corner

Campaign asked the ad and media industry to rate and summarise their performance so far in 2014, ahead of our School Reports for 2015. Here's how The Corner view the first six months of their year.

  • Adidas

    Adidas

  • London Pride

    London Pride

  • National Geographic

    National Geographic

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score (self-awarded): 8

Number of staff: 43

New business / billings: Not Supplied 

Summary of the year so far: "We are ahead of where we planned to be. If we can always say that then we will be growing. 

We were selected as one of the World's Leading Independent Agencies. If we can always say that we will be proud.

We were awarded Global Agency of the Year by Promax BDA in New York. If we can win things like this then our work will always be recognised.

We have relaunched two brands back to growth, launched a new brand into a category we created, and helped two established brands return to no. 1 status. If we keep doing this then our clients will be happy.

We have introduced free weekly massages. If we can always have these we will be relaxed."

Awards won so far in 2014: 

PromaxBDA Awards

Global Agency of the Year

Pick of the Year: 

Beats by Dr Dre, "the game before the game" by RG/A

Turkey of the Year:

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