Boston, MA (October 5, 2020) – Adweek, the marketing industry’s preeminent source for brand marketing, advertising and media content has ranked Allionce #12 on its list of fastest-growing marketing agencies. The list celebrates marketing agencies around the world that have achieved the most impressive financial growth over the past three years. This ranking also includes Allionce being ranked #8 for small agencies and #9 for agencies under 5 years old.
“2020 has been a challenging year, but these agencies and solution providers have shown how innovation breeds success,” says Jeffrey Litvack, Adweek’s chief executive officer. “Everyone in the advertising community can learn something from their examples.”
“This recognition validates our unique value proposition that offers brands the most effective way to reach families, especially parents with young kids 2-12 years old,” said Allionce CEO and founder Mark Giovino. “Our ability to connect brands with this coveted family audience at one of their most authentic and connected moments, free from the distractions that often compete for their attention, is fundamental to our growth.” Brand clients include General Mills, Mondelez, Walmart, and Kimberly-Clark among others.
“The only constant in advertising is change,” added Lisa Granatstein, Adweek’s editor, svp, programming. “The best way to see where the industry is headed is to see who’s leading the pack, and Adweek 100: Fastest Growing always has a few surprises.”
Complete results of Adweek 100: Fastest Growing, including company profiles, can be found in the October 5th issue of the award-winning Adweek magazine.
About The Allionce Group
The Allionce Group is a marketing agency that facilitates meaningful connections between brands and the families with young kids that visit accredited zoos & aquariums across the U.S. With over 195 million annual visits to more than 200 accredited zoos and aquariums, this market represents greater reach than all four major sports leagues…combined!
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