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Corporate 50 2010 Back to Reports & survey Listing

Peer Poll Top Ten

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

1. The Edge

Rivals cite it for its “consistently high standards of production” and for the “amount of budget it extracts.”

=2. Jacaranda
Second placed Jacaranda is admired for its “excellent creative.”

=2. New Moon
New Moon “maintains high production values in a tough market” and is “very polished and creative” say voters.

4. The Bank
“Award winners with good creative work” say its fans.

=5. Imagination
Admired for its “length of relationships” and for being “highly organised and very creative.”

=5. Jack Morton
According to one voter, Jack Morton is “starting to steal the Imagination mantle, by focussing on results more.”

=5. Pretzel Films

Lauded for being “award winners with good creative work.”

=5. Cheerful Scout
Cheerful Scout gains votes for its “high quality output.”

=5. Straker Films
Admired for its “commitment to high quality content.”

=10. Twofour
For its “great mix of programme making/online expertise.”

=10. Radley Yeldar
“Strong in the public sector, very thorough,” says one voter.
=10. Pukka Films
Admired for its “consistent award winning drama.”

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