Just like last year, markets like London and Amsterdam are well represented. For 2020’s list, newcomers from Leeds, New Delhi, Kuala Lumpur and Johannesburg show that growth comes from everywhere. Here are the top 10 fastest growing international agencies by percent change in revenue. (Number in parentheses represents overall ranking.)

(Be sure to check out Adweek’s top 100 Fastest Growing agencies and 10 solution providers for the complete list.)


Thinkerbell (13)

  • HQ: Melbourne, Australia
  • Growth: 719%
  • Select Clients: Accor Hotels, The Iconic, Vegemite
  • Classification: Full-Service

Thinkerbell combines marketing sciences and creativity into a brand proposition it calls “measured magic.” Just 3 years old, the independent agency has already received plenty of awards in Australia, and its client list keeps growing. That growth comes from a consistent earned media approach as well as coverage in the marketing trade press for its work, new business wins, opinion pieces and business moves. Thinkerbell has launched three other agencies: DOA (Decade of Action), a social cause agency; Space, a conference-festival organization; and research agency Hocus Focus.


Animal (15)

  • HQ: New Delhi
  • Growth: 548%
  • Select Clients: AB InBev, Airtel, Uniqlo India
  • Classification: Full-Service

Animal courts diversity in its clientele and staff. The indie creative agency works with a diverse portfolio of Indian and global brands and has recently ventured into the U.S. market. Animal has produced a broad body of work, including designing streetwear, packaging, event programming, film production, animation, product design, AR, VR and UI/UX. The company ensures its teams come from diverse backgrounds in terms of discipline and collaborate with each other on projects for clients.


No Fixed Address (28)

  • HQ: Toronto
  • Growth: 265%
  • Select Clients: AstraZeneca, Little Caesars, SickKids Foundation
  • Classification: Full-Service

No Fixed Address keeps expanding its address book, with growth outside its Toronto base, including Montreal and New York, where

From Vegas to Phoenix, Houston to Fort Worth, the growth of Southwest agencies is as big as the region. And with increasing ambition, it’s primed for a bright future. Here are the top 5 fastest growing agencies in the Southwest by percent change in revenue. (Number in parentheses represents overall ranking.)

(Be sure to check out Adweek’s top 100 Fastest Growing agencies and 10 solution providers for the complete list.)


Artisans on Fire (25)

  • HQ: Las Vegas
  • Growth: 298%
  • Select Clients: Planet 13 Entertainment Complex, Thrive Cannabis Marketplace, Trece Eatery + Spirits
  • Classification: Full-Service

Artisans on Fire’s growth is fueled by gray-market industries such as cannabis, hunting, online casino gaming and daily fantasy sports. The agency founders spent over a decade learning the art of making compliance-safe marketing more impactful, and its staff is passionate about erasing the stigma gray-market niche industries face. The shop launched as a marketing solution for brick-and-mortar casinos and online gaming sites and has grown as cannabis and online sports betting regulations have eased. Artisans on Fire prides itself on making each brand distinct and more approachable for mainstream consumers.


Integrate Agency (27)

  • HQ: Houston
  • Growth: 268%
  • Select Clients: Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, iFly, Orangetheory Fitness
  • Classification: Full-Service

Integrate Agency president Allie Danziger says the agency is willing to take growth-oriented risks in the business, “which ultimately allow us to deliver a better experience for our clients and employees.” Its leadership team believes in collaborating, failing fast and learning faster, and making bold moves to help its clients win.


January Digital (45)

  • HQ: Fort Worth, Texas
  • Growth: 160%
  • Select Clients: David’s Bridal, Drybar, The Honest Co.
  • Classification: Digital

Seeing ample opportunity to grow, January Digital made a significant adjustment to its practice: leading with its consulting business—supported by the agency—and a more robust data analytics product.