Nigerian digital marketing agency, Wild Fusion has been named one of the top creative and marketing agencies in the world across 14 industries, according to Clutch, a global rating platform.

In its new report, Clutch highlighted the top-performing digital agencies in different industries including automotive, business services, dental, e-commerce, education, financial services, financial technology, healthcare, hospitality, legal, media, nonprofit, real estate, and retail.

Clutch noted that Wild Fusion “understands the specific needs of the markets they work within”. The integrated marketing communications agency launched in Nigeria in 2010 and has expanded to Ghana and Kenya over the years, providing top quality digital services to an elite clientele.

Ben Dobkin, the business analyst at Clutch said, “The top-rated creative and design agencies in this report know what succeeds in each industry, understanding their nuances and audience. The companies have a record of client satisfaction and we are so excited to highlight their ratings and accomplishments.”

The presence of Wild Fusion in this report further strengthens Nigeria’s position as one of the most important creative hubs in the world. This year alone, the Nigerian entertainment scene has enjoyed increased global recognition with the feature of prominent Nigerian artistes like Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, Mr Eazi, and Yemi Alade on Beyonce’s Lion King: The Gift, one of the biggest albums of 2019. There has also been an uptick in the number of Nollywood movies on Netflix.

About the award, Abasiama Idaresit, CEO, Wild Fusion, said, “We are honoured to be featured on this elite list of world-class agencies. We continue to lead through digital innovation and our expertise in social and digital marketing. This further proves that we are on the right path of prosperity for Nigeria and Africa.”

In less than a decade, Wild Fusion has built itself into one of the most reputable digital agencies in Africa, servicing a clientele of top-class brands including Access Bank, British Council, Diageo (Guinness), Lafarge, Nestoil Group, Oando, and Unilever, among others.

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