Get your entries ready for the 2016 Design Week Top 100

The Design Week Top 100 provides an annual benchmark of the design industry’s financial performance – enter your figures now to help us compile the results.

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The Design Week Top 100 provides an annual benchmark of the design industry’s financial performance, ranking UK design consultancies according to their fee-income.

The deadline for entry is 30 March, so make sure you enter your company’s results now to be ranked in this year’s report.

Last year’s Top 100 survey saw returning consultancies boasting a 7% increase in fee-income, with particularly impressive results from Brand on Shelf, Luminous, The Workroom and WPA Pinfold. You can see the full results here.

Celebrate financial success

The Top 100 is a celebration of the design industry’s financial success, and we want to share your consultancy’s achievements.

As all figures in the Design Week Top 100 are independently audited, it provides a wholly balanced and objective snapshot of the industry’s financial performance.

We will be working with accountant Kingston Smith W1 to provide analysis of the results, which will be published in early July.

Enter now

The 2016 Top 100 will be based on design consultancies’ financial results from January-December 2015 and the survey is open to all UK consultancies, including those with offices overseas.

You can enter the Design Week Top 100 using the online form here. You’ll be able to save the form as you go, but to make it easier please make sure you have all your financial data ready, as well as the details of an independent auditor who will be able to verify your statement.

The deadline for entries is Wednesday 30 March. If you have any queries please contact angus.montgomery@centaurmedia.com.


Enter the 2016 Design Week Top 100 here.

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