Sapient and Isobar take top spots in nma Top 100 agency rankings

Howell, Nic
October 2009
New Media Age;10/1/2009, p03
Trade Publication
The article reports on the "new media age" Top 100 Interactive Agencies for 2009. Sapient has topped the list for both the main table and the design and build category, followed by EMC Consulting, formerly Conchango. Sapient Interactive Europe vice president Nigel Vaz commented that changes in the advertising industry have favored his company. For the media agency table, Isobar UK topped the list, posting digital billings of 172 million British pounds.


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