Minneapolis, MN—Adweek has ranked The Stable, part of Accenture Song, amongst the top three fastest-growing agencies in the world for 2022. Adweek Fastest Growing honors the agencies large and small from all over the world whose industry presence is on the rise. 2022 entries are accepted across every agency category and type. The distinction is awarded to those agencies that have achieved significant growth over the past three years.
The Stable, a commerce agency that connects brands and consumers across all channels, leverages a full suite of omnichannel capabilities to drive revenue and efficiency for brands through both retail and direct-to-consumer channels. The Stable was acquired by Accenture earlier this year, reinforcing Accenture’s continued investments in commerce to help clients accelerate growth and sustain relevance.
The Stable has grown by helping clients throughout their brand journeys, especially on the eCommerce front, “from developing a brand identity, getting a product on the shelf at a major retailer, building a DTC website from scratch or learning from our advanced analytics capabilities,” says Chad Hetherington, CEO and Co-Founder of The Stable. “Now, as part of Accenture Song, we look forward to accelerating this growth and commerce transformation for clients even more.”
“The last three years have been truly momentous at The Stable,” says Nik Larsen, President and Co-Founder of The Stable. “We’ve seen exceptional growth across our team, client roster, and service offerings, all during the unique challenges businesses faced with the pandemic. This distinction from Adweek is a meaningful reminder of what we have accomplished together despite challenging circumstances, and I’m looking forward to what’s to come as we continue to drive efficiencies and forge the future of commerce.”
The full Adweek Fastest Growing list is available here: https://www.adweek.com/fastest-growing-agencies/2022/#the-stable
To be eligible for Adweek’s Fastest Growing Agencies list, agencies provided three years of earned revenue, from 2019 to 2021, and had at least $250,000 in revenue in 2019. Participating agencies were required to certify the accuracy of their reported revenue figures, and Adweek performed additional auditing to determine the accuracy of the submissions. Due to privacy, figures are not disclosed. Agency descriptions are based on submission forms.
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