Today, we’re excited to share that 360i has been named to the 2019 Ad Age A-List of the top shops in the country, marking the 9th year in a row that the agency has been honored in the annual A-List issue.
360i’s placement on the 2019 A-List arrives after a busy year filled with evolving leadership, ambitious wins, and bold experiments with new technologies. The honor is a testament to our ability to drive value for clients with our integrated service model, and underscores our track record of delivering best in class service across Creative, Strategy & Insights, Integrated Media, Performance, Search, Social, Analytics, PR, Voice and more – all under one roof.
Ad Age emphasized this in their A-List feature profile of the agency, saying: “[360i] began as a regional search agency based in Atlanta, later evolved into a digital creative and media firm and now does work ranging from comprehensive integrated assignments to very focused search, analytics and martech consulting. The combination of comprehensive offerings and flexibility served the Dentsu-owned agency well in 2018, when it did attention-grabbing work on new platforms like voice and began rethinking how clients and agencies work together. ”
The Ad Age A-List issue highlights the very best players operating in the modern advertising industry, with coverage devoted to celebrating everything from top multicultural agencies to the finest production companies. 360i was placed on the eponymous “A-List,” which ranks the top ten advertising agencies operating in the United States.
Ad Age first revealed that 360i would be featured in this year’s A-List issue in March, when it announced the full list of 2019 honorees. However, the publication didn’t disclose honorees’ exact placement in the issue until Monday evening, during the Ad Age A-List and Creativity Awards Gala. In addition to earning a place on the A-List, 360i also took home the Creativity Award for Best Use of Voice Technology for our work on HBO’s Amazon Alexa skill, “Westworld: The Maze.”
Read the full article in Ad Age.