R/GA London Named Campaign UK Digital Innovation Agency of the Decade

London, December 2, 2019 – R/GA London is honored to announce that it has been named Campaign UK’s Digital Innovation Agency of the Decade. Announced in Campaign’s end of year issue - The Annual - R/GA London was recognized for the depth and global impact of its transformative work over the last ten years. Such has been R/GA’s dominance in the UK market during this period, Campaign decided not to even shortlist any other agencies in this category. 

“We’re incredibly honored to have been named Campaign’s Digital Innovation Agency of the Decade. Having been both a client and a member of the R/GA family, I’ve witnessed the drive and focus towards innovation that goes on here from multiple perspectives and it's truly impressive,” said Andre Le Masurier, Chief Creative Officer R/GA London. “We all know the legacy this office has created over the last ten years and we’re excited to carry that forward into the next decade. We dedicate this award to our fantastic clients - without whom none of this would have been possible.” 

This win follows the London office being named Campaign UK Digital Innovation Agency of the Year four times in the last six years (2014, 2015, 2017, and 2018), leading the UK region to consistently deliver culture-changing work for its clients. The award also recognizes the tremendous talent, past and present, that’s helped shape R/GA London’s defining body of work. Notable campaigns from the last decade include “Malaria Must Die” created for Malaria No More, “Google Outside” and “Searching for Syria” for Google, and the re-imagined watermark for Getty, which enabled users to directly purchase image copyrights. 

Over the last ten years, R/GA London has won over 258 industry awards, including numerous Cannes Lions and D&AD pencils. R/GA London also demonstrated significant growth in headcount and revenue from 2008-2018 and continues to be a strong industry leader due to its ability to constantly reinvent itself while maintaining the quality and global impact of the work.