Kaizen Secures Top Spot Twice in The Drum’s ‘Independent Agencies Census’

The financial report by the Drum ranks Kaizen as the fastest growing marketing agencies in two categories.

The annual Independent Agencies Census, conducted by The Drum is the most essential, financial evaluation-report of all marketing services across the UK and it showcases the performance of all independent agencies in the industry, divided in 7 different categories.

Kaizen ranks number one in the Gross Profit Percentage Growth category of all Independent Agencies that are included in their annual census, meaning it has achieved the highest profit growth from one financial period to another – percentage wise. The percentage calculation is important because it provides an equal analysis between the smallest and largest agencies included in the consensus.

In addition, Kaizen also grabbed the number one spot for Gross Profit Percentage Growth for agencies with 1-25 members of staff. The agency ranks high in other areas such as the financial analysis and turnover per head.

The full report can be purchased and downloaded from the Drum website.

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