RBH named top independent agency in the West Midlands by The Drum

We are thrilled to announce that RBH has been ranked as the top independent agency in the West Midlands in the Drum’s Annual Independent Agencies Census.

This follows our recognition in the Corporate Livewire 2019 prestige awards earlier this year, where we were named ‘Advertising Agency of the Year’.

In the last twelve months, RBH has enjoyed some big client wins including King Asia Foods, water technology innovators SDS and work-based learning providers JTL, as well as other high profile names, soon to be announced, within the retail and automotive sectors.

We’ve also seen our RBH Mindset innovative insight approach go from strength to strength after launching earlier this year. Together with the skill set this provides to our clients we have also publicised unique reports covering key trends across AI, automotive, travel and transport, food and beverage, fashion and beauty.

We’ve brought in both brand new and experienced talent across Creative, PR and Digital. We’ve also continued to pick up a number of marketing effectiveness and creative awards, including eight for a single campaign for electrical industry body Certsure.

Added to all of this we’ve continued delivering on our ethos of ‘Dare to Care’ creating standout campaigns for the NHS in Mental Health and for vulnerable young adults with Young People First.

RBH founder, Debra Hepburn says: “This accolade from The Drum is a great way to end one of our very best years yet. We get to do great work and deliver great service because we remain fiercely and joyously independent. We recruit and retain the very best people and we work with the very best clients. What more could we ask?”

The full Independent Agencies Census report is available here as a digital download.

Written by Fizz Bingham

Digital Partner and Lifelong RBH-er.

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