Falmouth agency among UK's 'Best Places to Work'

By Joseph Macey

16th Sep 2021 | Local News

Falmouth-based digital marketing agency 3WhiteHats has been named among the top five places to work in the UK.

Campaign Magazine, one of the UK's leading media publications, has ranked 3WhiteHats in 5th place for 'Best Places to Work 2020' overall, as well as number three on its list of the 'Best Small Places to Work'.

They are also the highest-ranking non-London agency to make these lists.

MD Tom Telford said:

"We are absolutely thrilled to be recognised in the top rankings for the best agencies to work for. Since we started out in 2010, we've worked really hard to build an agency that not only delivers the best work for clients but is also the best place to work for all our teammates. 

"It's been a big team effort over the years and I couldn't be happier for us to be recognised alongside other top UK agencies."

3WhiteHats specialises in SEO, paid search, social and web analytics; delivering marketing campaigns for national and international brands. 

With its HQ in Falmouth, and satellite offices in London and New Zealand, the agency boasts a range of enviable workplace perks. 

Employees are treated to harbourside sea views and a private beach where the team are able to have lunch, swim or use company paddleboards.

The agency also operates flexible working hours, offers an extra day's holiday every year, home-cooked team lunch on Fridays, and an attractive training budget. 

To reward employees after five years' service, they are treated to a travel voucher and the option to take a six-month sabbatical.

All of these benefits have led the agency to be listed within the Best Places to Work 2020.

Entering its 11th year, 3WhiteHats has been bucking the trend of a challenging trading climate by expanding across all departments, thanks to a series of major pitch wins. 

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