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Clutch Recognizes Leading San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Chicago Branding Firms

June 8, 2016

by Chandler Dunklin

This research identifies leading firms with proven client satisfaction in traditional branding services.

WASHINGTON, June 8th, 2016 – Today Clutch published its first report on leading branding agencies in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Chicago. The research highlights innovative digital and creative agencies with a demonstrated focus on branding.

The featured San Francisco agencies are: Salt Branding, Emotive Brand, Mortar, UNIT partners, and Chen Design.

The featured Los Angeles agencies are: Tenet Partners, Breviti, Sensis, blend, and Design Spinners.

The featured Chicago agencies are: Rule29 Creative, BatesMeron Sweet Design, JB Chicago, UnitOneNine, and Killian Branding.

“As consumers’ choices increase, having a creative and identifiable brand is a matter of necessity for companies in the 21st century marketplace,” stated Chandler Dunklin, Research Analyst at Clutch. “The agencies included in our research have a proven track record of creating unique brands for clients in their respective cities and beyond.” 

Clutch’s evaluation of branding agencies is based on over a dozen quantitative and qualitative factors, including company experience, client list, industry recognition, market presence, and client reviews. The companies’ profiles with details on expertise, service lines, and more are published on

Clutch’s effort to identify leading branding agencies is ongoing. Clutch encourages established companies to apply to be included in future research updates.

The research and reviews can be found at:


About Clutch

Clutch is a Washington, DC-based B2B research firm that identifies top service providers and solutions firms that deliver results for their clients. The Clutch methodology is an innovative research process, melding the best of traditional B2B research and newer consumer review services. To date, Clutch has researched and reviewed 1,000+ companies spanning 50+ market segments.


Chandler Dunklin