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Clutch Announces Leading Advertising and Marketing Agencies of 2017

January 26, 2017

by Kimmie Champlin

Business Analyst

Top Advertising and Marketing Agencies BadgeThe report recognizes 15 high-performing advertising and marketing agencies with proven records of client satisfaction.

WASHINGTON, Jan. 26, 2017 – Today Clutch published an updated report identifying top advertising and marketing agencies. The agencies were evaluated based on their past experience, market presence, and ability to deliver great results to their clients. Each agency featured was also verified through interviews with its clients, proving their commitment to excellent work and service.

The leaders in Clutch’s advertising and marketing research are: Tronvig Group, Sensis, Killian Branding, JJR Marketing, Kiosk, Tailfin, Rule29 Creative, Forge Worldwide, Speakeasy, Fearless Media, Frederick Swanston, Matchstic, Hub Strategy & Communication, Coming of Age, and Mistress.

“These agencies have proven they understand media and the creative process necessary to provide outstanding services and results,” said Kimmie Champlin, Business Analyst at Clutch. “Their ability to listen to their clients’ needs and focus on their clients’ goals differentiates them from others in the industry.”

Each agency on Clutch is evaluated on a variety of qualitative and quantitative factors, including case studies, client lists, social media presence, and previous accolades. Full-length interviews and agency profiles are published on Clutch.co. The firm’s research in the advertising and marketing segments is ongoing, and interested agencies are encouraged to apply for inclusion.

The full research and reviews can be found at:



About Clutch

A B2B research firm in the heart of Washington, DC, Clutch connects you with the agencies and software solutions that can help you enhance your business and meet your goals. Our methodology maps agencies and software solutions based on consumer reviews, the type of services offered, and quality of work.


Kimmie Champlin