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Corporate 50 2011 Back to Reports & survey Listing

PEER POLL TOP 10

We asked every corporate production company to name the rivals they most admired. Below are the most nominated











1. The Edge Picture Company

Admired for its “volume of work”, “great reputation”, “storytelling” and its “phenomenally strong creative.”

=2. Pretzel Films
“An energetic and creatively driven bunch” with “creative ideas” cited for its “style” and its “client brands.”

=2. Straker Films

Straker picks up votes for its “consistent high quality productions” and its “good issues-based work.”

=4. The Bank
The Bank is admired for its “integrated offering” and for its creative excellence.”

=4. Wilder
Wilder is cited for its “integrity and creativity,” “consistently high production values” and “good reputation.”

=6. Jacaranda
Cited for “consistent creativity in a climate of ever shrinking budgets,” and “high standards and positive values.”

=6 Jack Morton
Picks up votes for its “award winning work” and for “still producing the biggest events for the biggest clients.”

=6. Pukka Films
Pukka has “shown strong growth despite recession by getting their price versus quality spot-on,” say voters.

=6. RSA
RSA’s quality comes with “the resources of their TV, commercial and feature film divisions behind them.”

=6. Twofour
Admired for the “diversity of its services and work” and for “exceptional solutions across all media channels.”


 

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