Media Zoo named as UK’s fastest growing PR agency

From left - Katie Clark, Paul Crabb and Neil McDonald of Media Zoo Scotland
From left - Katie Clark, Paul Crabb and Neil McDonald of Media Zoo Scotland

Communications agency, Media Zoo, has been named by PR Week as the UK’s fastest growing PR agency.

The recognition came as part of PR Week’s annual publication of its UK Top 150 PR Consultancies list.

Media Zoo’s revenue grew by 66% (to £10.2M), while the proportion of retained accounts grew from 35% to 50%.

The company which recently opened its new creative hub in Glasgow has already doubled its staff in Scotland from 6 to 13 with plans for around 16 by the end of the year, bringing the total to 100 employees across its four sites.

Mark Killick, Media Zoo’s creative director, says, “Media Zoo has a unique ‘content engine’ strategy which means we can offer our clients top quality work across virtually all creative disciplines. We have won over 100 awards in the last five years and pride ourselves on our investment in talent.”

“Opening our new Scottish office was vital in our growth and has really added to our offering as a creative agency. The Scottish market is responding to our offering of a multiple communications disciplines in one place.”

Rachel Pendered, Media Zoo’s Managing Director, adds, “We set out to make Media Zoo unique by offering a range of communications skills that are not usually found in a single agency. The fact that we have subject specialists from wildly different backgrounds all working together in a single creative space gives us a real edge and allows us to constantly deliver for our clients”

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