Cubiqdesign ranked 4th in Elite Tables of The Drum Design Census UK
Praising rapid growth, a new management team system and a focus on core areas over the last year, The Drum Design Census has awarded local graphic design agency, Cubiqdesign, with a 4th ranking in its Elite Tables for agencies with less than 10 staff.
Recognising the business’ huge increase in publication clientele, which now includes quarterly titles for The Co-operative and Mercedes-Benz, alongside its monthly lifestyle publication and quarterly business magazine, The Drum’s recent commendation has left Cubiqdesign extremely proud.
Commenting on the recent success, creative director John Treby said: “It’s always been our intention to be considered an elite agency, and The Drum’s recognition of this makes myself and the team very happy indeed.
“Its been 10 years in the making, and in that 10 years I have worked incredibly hard with a creative team that is as passionate about great design and strategy as I am. Moreover, taking the top spot in East Anglia for the peer poll has highlighted that our success is not all down to financials.”
Measuring the business across a strict criteria, which included an analysis of financials, client satisfaction and peer polls, Cubiqdesign’s feedback elevated the Suffolk based business to the top position in the region, paying testament to the team’s outstanding customer service levels and creative thinking.
“The Peer Poll highlighted us as being the most influential design agency in East Anglia, so I would like to thank our clients and industry peers for being so generous in their feedback to The Drum,” added John Treby.
Also praising Cubiqdesign for its successful client base expansion, which this year has included Cambridge University, The Jockey Club, Figleaves.com and Toni & Guy, as well as a packaging offering, with clients such as Accessorize and Monsoon adding to the mix, Cubiqdesign has become the ‘cream of the crop!’ according to The Drum.
Marking the tenth anniversary of the business, which started in the humble surroundings of John Treby’s family home, the recent recognition pays testament to the dedicated team and talents found within the East of England.