Amsterdam is home to a wide range of renowned advertising agencies, from the small and experimental to very large agencies that specialise in working for corporate clients. There is a number of agencies focussing on interactive design, such as Momkai, Code d’Azur and Minivegas, and many others making integrated global campaigns, such as Anomaly, DDB & Tribal, DigitasLBi and 72andSunny.
“Choosing Amsterdam as the location for our third overseas branch was a no-brainer for us,” says Hazelle Klønhammer of Anomaly.
Discover why future-ready marketing agency DDB & Tribal Amsterdam chose the Dutch capital.
“Amsterdam is part of our DNA,” says Olivier Klønhammer, managing director of the post-production house Glassworks.
Lisa Trapman of recruitment specialist Aquent has seen the demand for creative and digital talent soar as Amsterdam emerges as a European tech hub.
The many awards won by Amsterdam-based ad agencies in Cannes further cement the city’s role as a leading advertising hub.
Amsterdam makes it easy for creative companies like Lexicon to set up shop here.
J. Walter Thompson Amsterdam’s string of awards shine a positive light on the city’s advertising industry, and also show the increasing role played by...
The Portland-based agency’s new “creative consulate” will make it easier for European brands to connect to the US.
The German job match company was drawn to Amsterdam’s impressive supply of management consultancy talent.
Amsterdam’s startup scene continues to draw interest from overseas, as a UK tech accelerator launches in the Dutch capital.
Leading advertising site Digiday recently profiled Amsterdam and the major role the city plays in the international advertising landscape.
According to recent research carried out by the Martin Prosperity Institute, Amsterdam is one of the best developed cities in the world based on ‘the ...