Digital Trails earns 2021 UK Clutch Leader Award

by | Jan 29, 2021

International Performance PR, SEO and digital marketing agency Digital Trails has earned inclusion in the UK’s top 10 list of B2B agencies according to the yearly ranking compiled by leading market research firm Clutch.

The list, which recognises the top B2B companies in the UK for their 2021 cycle is based on a rigorous selection methodology that takes into account a company’s past work, online presence, brand reputation, and reviews on Clutch.

The industry recognition comes after a strong 2020 performance by the London-based agency despite a challenging difficult economic backdrop that affected most sectors and industries over the past year. Digital Trails has in fact closed the year with three new international client wins, the retention of all existing clients, and a new Amsterdam office being planned for Q1 of 2021.

Bogdan Marinescu, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Digital Trails said: “Our focus on organic online performance when online was the only available channel to many businesses allowed us to grow and welcome several new clients on board last year. This resulted in many more campaigns being deployed in various markets with the culmination of award nominations and wins.”

“Earning a Clutch Leader Award is extremely rewarding and a direct result of our clients’ satisfaction with our impact on their business. In selecting the top companies to include in their rankings, Clutch focuses heavily on feedback received from past and current clients, their willingness to refer, satisfaction with our creativity, delivery, fees and results. It is, in a sense, a barometer of their satisfaction level and we’re happy to see this needle pointing high”.

Clutch Customer Operations Representative Austin Ellis said: “These Leader Award winners from the UK represent the best of the best. We are continuously impressed by the tenacity, attention to detail, and drive displayed by these service providers.”

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