Screenmedia ‘One to Watch’ in Econsultancy’s Top 100 Digital Agencies Report Posted by: Alan on 07/07/2015

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Following hot on the heels of our recent Digital Agency of the Year award, we’re thrilled to be named as ‘One to Watch’ in Econsultancy’s 2015 Top 100 Digital Agencies Report.

The report names and celebrates the biggest and best design and build, technical, creative, and digital marketing agencies in the UK.

While we’re still a smidge too small to crack the top 100 this year, the guys and girls over at Econsultancy were so impressed with our year-on-year growth that we were selected as just one of six ‘ones to watch’ in this year’s report.

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"Since being founded in 2004, Screenmedia has flourished into a comprehensive, full-service digital practice. With MD Kenny Shaw at the helm, Screenmedia has worked with an array of clients across a variety of projects; from UX design to web applications and prodigious mobile technologies for global names like Honeywell, RBS, and BBC. The calibre of their work has been consistently acclaimed, with Screenmedia picking up the Scottish Herald Digital Business Award for Best Digital Supplier in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014, amongst others. Throughout their growth Screenmedia have maintained their focus on user experience, bespoke design, immersive content, and future technology."

In 2004, we set out with ambitions to become one of the best agencies in Scotland. Fast forward eleven years, and we have achieved more than we would have ever thought possible. Having expanded our UK reputation and become Scotland’s leading mobile-first agency; our reputation and success in mobile app development, UX and responsive design has seen us increase our turnover to £2.5million and expand our merry band of digital experts to 35.

So watch this space Top 100! As we continue to grow our team and our excellence in web, mobile, and future technology, we’re confident that it’s only a matter of time before we start climbing the ranks of this elite UK listing.

If you’d like to read the report in more detail, you can download it from Econsultancy or view the Top 100 at

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