Best Companies Accolade Number Six For Digital Agency Search Laboratory

Tue 27th Feb

27th February 2018 (Leeds, Yorkshire) – Search Laboratory, the international digital marketing agency, is once again one of Britain’s best companies after being named as one of The Sunday Times Top 100 Small Companies to Work For.

It has also won a place on the Sunday Times’ SME Export Track Top 100 List, which measures companies on international business such as total sales and year-on-year growth of international transactions.

With offices in Leeds, London and New York, Search Laboratory finished 62nd in the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies list, being awarded three-star status and winning a place in the list for the sixth time.

The awards, which survey staff anonymously across a variety of areas including company leadership, wellbeing, and their job role, are highly competitive with 799 companies entering this year.

94% of staff supported the company leadership, saying that the company is led on sound moral principles, and finishing as high as 26th in the list on areas such as wellbeing.

Search Laboratory has had another fantastic year of growth seeing total sales hit £10.9m, with £4.4m of this coming from international sales, a 47.64% growth across the past two years.

The awards double follow on the back of impressive accolades and accreditations won earlier this year, including being named the Best Large Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Agency at the US Search Awards, part of the prestigious PubCon event, in Las Vegas. The company has also recently been named a Google Analytics 360 Sales Partner, one of only a handful in the UK.

Search Laboratory’s CEO and Founder, Ian Harris, commented on the awards win: “Awards only come if you have fantastic staff. It’s what sets us apart from our competitors. From pitches to recruitment, it helps if you can walk into the room knowing that staff and clients appreciate the values and expertise on which we’ve built the business. That breeds great results, as we have demonstrated year after year.”