We help great brands thrive in a digital world by bringing businesses and customers closer together.

For us, digital isn’t a channel, but a description of the world we live in. In this world, a single bad customer experience can generate more attention than a brilliant advertising campaign. 

That means we can no longer view marketing, customer service and product design as separate disciplines. They all need to work together to create compelling experiences that build better connections between businesses and their customers. 

We pride ourselves on gaining a deep understanding of ambitious clients who are undergoing transformation in this digital world, which allows us to create business-driven strategies on their behalf. 

That means for Tesco we’re using digital to help millions of kids have a better relationship with food. For Coca-Cola we’re building brand love by creating and distributing content across multiple digital channels.

For Barratt Homes we’ve designed and built a user-centred website that delivers thousands of leads every week. And for Prostate Cancer UK we’ve created an integrated marketing campaign that’s literally helping men keep friendships alive. (One of the many examples from our heritage in the not-for-profit sector.) 

How do we do this? We’ve got a team of more than 200 experts in London, Bristol and Cologne. That includes 70 technologists, 60 creatives – journalists, UX designers, video producers and community managers – and 70 strategists, producers and account managers. 

In recognition, we were named as the number one independent agency in the UK by the Drum in 2014, and were included in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 in 2015. 

With our unique combination of enterprise-level technology skills, creative excellence and strategic insight, we can create and deliver customer-centric experiences relevant to any business. 

We’re ambitious, for ourselves and our clients. Where’s your ambition?
Company Growth (employees)
London, GB
Size (employees)
320 (est)
Zone was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in London, GB

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Zone has offices in London, Bristol, Köln and Cologne
London, GB (HQ)
Western Transit Shed 12-13 Stable Street
Köln, DE
82 Lindenstraße
Bristol, GB
The Brew House, Tower Hill

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