CHE & PHD Make Top 10 Of AFR’s Most Innovative Companies List

CHE & PHD Make Top 10 Of AFR’s Most Innovative Companies List

The Australian Financial Review has released its annual report on Australia’s most innovative workplaces, with CHE Proximity and PHD the only two media companies making the top 10.

Leading the chart, mining software company GroundProbe took first place, with CHE Proximity following not far behind in fourth place and PHD in sixth.

CHE Proximity has found itself on a winning streak as of late, making a huge impression at Cannes Lions, as well as being awarded B&T’s Agency of the Year for 2017.

CHE Proximity flew up the ranks from 2017’s Most Innovative Company list, where the agency placed seventh.

PHD has also been collecting a stack of awards, winning more media Cannes Lions than any other network this year and taking home B&T‘s Media Agency of the Year gong last year.

Deloitte came in at 10th in 2018’s list.

M&C Saatchi topped last year’s list, though was nowhere to be seen for 2018.

Similarly, Leo Burnett Sydney ranked fourth in 2017, however, didn’t place in 2018’s list.

Check out the top 10 here:

AFR

Independent marketing agency Sparro just missed out on the top 10, coming in at 12th on the list, which you can view in full here.

 




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