Campaign Best Places To Work 2023 | Connor Broadley

News & Insights | 28th April 2023

Campaign Best Places To Work 2023

By Connor Broadley

Employee Benefits

3 Min Read

Last night, we were proud sponsors once again of Campaign’s annual Best Places To Work awards. The event saw 150 guests from 80 agencies (including some of our own clients) make an appearance at the fantastic venue – 10 Union Street, just off of Borough High Street.

As always, the awards focused on how businesses look after the wellbeing of their staff through the combination of culture, benefits and remuneration. In the face of the cost-of-living crisis and the difficulties of retaining and recruiting talent, crafting the most attractive employee benefits package has never been more important.

After a record number of entries to this year’s awards, Campaign created a Top 100 list of companies. These were then assessed and ranked, and category awards given to the best Large, Medium, Small and Boutique sized organisations.

Colin Fleming, COO and head of our Benefits Consulting team gave a brief summary of current market trends and challenges in the benefits space and then jointly presented the awards with Campaign Editor, Nicola Merrifield.

Congratulations to all those companies who made the Top 100, were short-listed for category awards, or picked up an actual winner’s prize on the night.

The winners of the four categories were:

Large – the7stars

Havas London took second place, with Taboola, Zenith and Journey Further ranked third, fourth and fifth.

Medium – Coffee & TV

PR agency Hope & Glory came second in the category, followed by adtech firm StackAdapt in third, digital agency Code Computerlove in fourth and PR shop Tigerbond in fifth.

Small – Truant London

PR agency PrettyGreen Group were second, Milk & Honey PR came third, ad agency RPM fourth and creative and media shop Media Bounty took fifth place.

Boutique – Optix Solutions

Second, third, fourth and fifth positions in the Boutique category were ad agencies The Sharp Agency, Bandstand, Quiet Storm and media shop Guerillascope, respectively.


Photographs courtesy of Campaign.