Beam announced as preferred distribution partner to 50% of top 20 UK creative agencies

News April 26, 2021

Beam is the preferred distribution partner for ten out of the 20 creative agencies listed by Campaign in their latest School Reports.

The 2021 rankings detail the leading 100 creative, media and regional agencies, as well as holding companies. They were compiled by data and insight firm Nielsen, who used the billing and account information provided by agencies to reach their decision.

The ten agencies that use Beam include: adam&eveDDB, MullenLoweLondon, AMV BBDO, Saatchi & Saatchi, TWBA, Mother London, Havas London, Publicis • Poke, W+K London and Grey London.

“Client experience is at the heart of everything we do at Beam. That’s why agencies like AMV, Mother and Publicis have worked with us on distribution for over 10 years, and why adam&eveDDB have recently consolidated their delivery through Beam. I am delighted that half of the top 20 UK agencies trust Beam to deliver their creative content to media owners. Client experience is paramount to long-term partnerships and at Beam we are passionate about what we do and fanatical about client service!”
Noreen Connolly - Managing Director, Beam

WHO ARE BEAM?

A super-smart, superfast, service-driven technology business, specialising in media content, from asset management and approval workflows, to final clearance and delivery. We work with advertisers, creative agencies, production companies and post houses to deliver content to any media platform. Our passion is helping you to do what you do best – reaching your audience. With teams in London, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, we can provide 24/7 personal support and assistance.

Beam was originally established as an in-house FTP process to allow clients to review and approve visual-effects work being completed by The Mill in London. Beam was acquired by Technicolor in September 2015 and is the content logistics specialist for Technicolor’s portfolio of brands.

For more information, please visit beam.tv. You can also read the full Campaign School Reports here.