Agency of the Year 2017: Insights from the podium

A deeper look at how Lg2, No Fixed Address, Mindshare and Citizen Relations scored Bronze at this year's awards.
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You’ve seen which agencies won strategy‘s Agency of the Year honours, but now it is time to go more in-depth and see exactly how this year’s top shops facilitated their success, starting with the Bronze winners.

Not only did Lg2 land a Bronze as Agency of the Year, it also picked up Bronze in the inaugural Design Agency of the Year category after it formalized its innovation process while staying true to its design-centric company culture.

Despite launching only one year ago, No Fixed Address‘ recognition in Digital Agency of the Year capped off a year that saw it boom to roughly 50 full-time staff and launch an investment unit – while keeping the “nimble” creative philosophy so many other agencies strive for.

On that note, Media Bronze winner Mindshare helped facilitate its own agility with a new business unit that helped in-house producers quickly capitalize on opportunities and help its clients stay relevant.

And finally, Citizen Relations once again found itself on the PR Agency of the Year list by diversifying its expertise to modernize the agency while also launching new tools to address long-standing measurement challenges.

The full stories about this year’s Bronze winners can be found below. Be sure to check back tomorrow for a deeper look at what drove success for this year’ Silver winners.

Bronze Agency of the Year Winners
Agency of the Year and Design Agency of the Year: Lg2

Digital Agency of the Year: No Fixed Address

Media Agency of the Year: Mindshare

PR Agency of the Year: Citizen Relations