B2B marketing

AMBITIOUS agency named as one of UK’s best

We’re proud to announce that AMBITIOUS has been included in the prestigious B2B Marketing UK Agencies Benchmarking Report.  

B2B Marketing is the leading B2B marketing community. Each year it publishes its benchmarking report, outlining the UK’s top agencies, rising stars and fasting growing businesses.  The annual report, which features the top 91 agencies in the UK ranked by headcount, staff turnover and annual gross income, placed AMBITIOUS at 82.  

Lis Anderson, founder and director of AMBITIOUS PR, said: “This is a fantastic achievement for the business, made more special by the fact that we’re debuting on the list on our first submission. Looking at the top five agencies in this list, there’s a combined annual gross of well over £160,000,000. We’re not quite at those figures yet, but to be amongst such esteemed company is proof that what we’re doing as an agency has a tangible effect. 

“These rankings are agency-wide and aren’t solely focused on public relations. So, our inclusion is also a testament to the work we’re doing across traditional and digital PR.” 

 Established in 2012, AMBITOUS recently celebrated its ten-year anniversary. AMBITIOUS continues to deepen expertise in its core sectors of education, healthcare, financial and professional services, public sector, property, construction and technology. It is now recognised as one of the UK’s top 10 ESG (Environment, Social and Governance) agencies by the industry-leading publication PR Week. 

As well as an array of industry awards – including The Drum Recommends Best PR Agency for four consecutive years –  AMBITIOUS has an impressive range of blue chip and fast-growth clients including Telefonica, St James’s Place PLC and Xledger. 

Having strengthened its digital PR, digital communications, and media relations offering to meet client demands and a growing number of new business briefs, following 50 per cent revenue growth in 2021, AMBITIOUS is on track to break through the £1.2-million revenue barrier. A figure which may see it rise higher in future benchmarking reports.