Cubiq wins Business of the Year
October 16, 2019
Creative agency Cubiq, which is celebrating its fifteenth year of trading, has been named Business of the Year at a prestigious awards ceremony.
The specialists in design, branding, print, packaging, digital, web, PR and marketing picked up the coveted trophy at The Bury Free Press Business Awards 2019.
Cubiq is now serving more than 200 clients, including national and international brands, and will soon be doubling its office space in Newmarket. The household names on Cubiq’s books include The Jockey Club, BP, Stansted Airport, Pets At Home and Wimbledon. Launched in 2004 and still owned and managed by John and Gemma Treby, Cubiq is a Top 10 UK Agency which has grown organically without external investment.
Founder John Treby commented: “This award tops off an exceptional year for Cubiq. We are especially proud to have created Stansted Airport’s Summer marketing campaign and to be working closely with The Jockey Club to create artwork for The British Champions Series and some of the biggest racing festivals of the year. All of our clients, regardless of their size, receive the same level of care, knowledge and creativity because we’re passionate about helping businesses grow. I believe that’s why we’re going from strength to strength after 15 years, a feat achieved by less than 25 per cent of start-ups.”
Steve Elsom, Director of Number 4 Consulting, presented Cubiq with the award and added: “Cubiq is an exemplary west Suffolk business success story. Packed full of talent and expertise, the company has grown in scale and depth since it was founded in 2004 and has run some amazingly powerful campaigns for both local and national accounts. Amongst a very talented shortlist for the award, Cubiq was the standout entry and so was very much the deserving winner in the Business of the Year category.”
Cubiq has been recognised by The Drum Recommended Agency Register, Suffolk Future 50 and various Top 100 listings. The agency has grown steadily to a team of over 20 highly skilled creatives who are based at a 3000 square foot studio in Newmarket.