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Internet agency ranking 2019: Blackbit moves up 10 places

The Internet Agency Ranking of the Bundesverband Digitale Wirtschaft (BVDW) e.V. is considered the industry barometer of the German Internet agency landscape. Together with its cooperation partners HighText iBusiness, Horizont and Werben & Verkaufen, the BVDW determines the largest online agencies in terms of turnover each year in order to provide neutral orientation and guidance within the industry.

In the freshly published Internet Agency Ranking 2019, Blackbit has moved up ten places compared to the previous year and now occupies 113th place. We were able to increase our turnover by 18.8% last year, although the team was reduced by 14.3%. This makes us one of the turnover winners among providers of our size: in the subranking of the fastest-growing agencies with at least five employees and a turnover of less than 2.5 million euros, we have reached 10th place.

Rising star Blackbit: the management

Blackbit convinces as a partner in digitalisation - with strategy and development know-how

The development of digital commerce platforms currently accounts for the largest share of our turnover - followed by consulting services and digital marketing. Our work last year was dominated by digitalisation and this will also be the theme of the coming year. Many companies are currently looking for new, competitive and future-proof IT structures and need support in the design, implementation and further development of their systems and processes.

As a digital commerce agency, we have faced up to the demands of digitalisation and successfully adapted our agency processes as well as the range of services we offer. We have integrated consulting services into our portfolio and will continue to expand the consulting area in the future. This is because companies often need not only innovative IT solutions but also strategic support and help in adapting their business models and processes to the rapidly changing conditions.

We recently shared our experiences on typical obstacles in the context of digitalisation at the Hamburg@work BusinessBreakfast:

Why IT projects fail in the context of digitalisation