We are thrilled to announce that BDB has been recognised for the third consecutive year as one of Europe’s fastest-growing companies, by the Financial Times. BDB is one of only 125 European companies to be recognised in three consecutive years.

The seventh annual Financial Times 1000 ranking, compiled with data provider Statista, is one of the entrepreneurial world’s most valued league tables. It identifies the fastest-growing businesses across Europe by calculating the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue. 

Since the Financial Times’ 2022 announcement, we have continued our organic growth with the introduction of a community team to bolster our vision of setting a new standard for advertising. As a result, the agency now employs over 120 employees across our global offices and campaigns in Europe (excluding the UK) account for 42% of our global client work.

Recently, we expanded across the continent and BDB UK became BDB Europe. We opened two new offices in Copenhagen and Berlin, and appointed regional specialists in a number of local markets. In the past year, the team has delivered 216 campaigns for global clients. These have produced 4.7 billion impressions, 879.8 million organic impressions, and 25 million engagements (and counting!).

Commenting on our latest achievement, Thomas Walters, BDB co-founder and CEO Europe says: 

Featuring in the Financial Times’ 1000 for the third year in a row is an honour and a testament to our dedicated team, clients, and partners. We have worked hard to ensure the business grows and evolves, continuing to produce meaningful and creative campaigns that put creators first. We are excited to have been recognised as a key player in the influencer marketing space, working with innovative and purpose-driven clients across various verticals.”

To view the Financial Times’ 1000 list and for more information about the league table, click here.

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