ICF Next has evolved into “a go-to shop for brand storytelling, loyalty, technology and public relations.”
“This award is especially meaningful because it recognizes what we’ve come together to build over the past year already ranks among the best of the best,” says John Armstrong, president of ICF Next.
And build we did, combining multiple disciplines across the U.S., Canada, Europe and India in early 2019 to create a future-focused global marketing services agency that offers the full set of marketing, communications and associated technology expertise to clients.
Great work comes from great clients
Ad Age cited a wide variety of work across commercial and government clients and multiple continents ranging from U.S. and European Union agencies to major hotels, airports and airlines to big name commercial brands.
And you can only do this if you work with clients that are willing to take risks. “We’re fortunate to work with clients that continually allow us to push creative boundaries in new and provocative ways,” continues Armstrong.
Top of the class
The Ad Age honors come on the heels of being named one of only five finalists for PRWeek’s highly competitive “Large Agency of the Year” award.
And one of five shortlisted for PRovoke Media’s “Digital Agency of the Year” awards.
“ICF Next continues to be one of the most prolific producers of breakthrough creative work in the industry.”
In addition, ICF Next is currently shortlisted for multiple Shorty and Effie awards as well, adding to a growing tally of national recognition. The agency has also shined in local and regional competitions this year, with 15 D.C. Addy Award wins and three Pins from the Minnesota Ad Federation.
All of this is on the heels of ICF Next’s record-setting award run in 2019. 2020 is shaping up to another be a great year.