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Yes& Named #1 Largest Visual Art and Design Firm in Greater Washington D.C.

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On March 18, 2022, Yes& was recognized as the #1 Largest Visual Art and Design Firm in Greater Washington D.C. by the Washington Business Journal. This recognition as a top agency in the region reflects a year of significant growth for Yes&, bolstered by business development success, award-winning creative, and strategic acquisitions to meet the expanding needs of clients.  

Yes& has been consistently recognized by the Washington Business Journal in its annual Book of Lists, with the announcement of its 2021 ranking as the #1 Largest Visual Art and Design Firm demonstrating the agency’s impressive increase in metro-area revenue by more than 200% in just one year. 

Yes& is home to a robust team of leading creative strategists and designers, offering clients focused attention to solve business challenges that cross marketing, branding, digital, events, public relations, and more. Already in 2022, Yes& has received more than 20 awards for its creative campaign work for clients including FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program, DCAA, and the Carpenter’s Shelter in Alexandria.  

“In a region with so many outstanding agencies, it’s very exciting to get this recognition for our visual art and design work,” says Robert Sprague, President & CEO of Yes&. “The credit goes to our clients, who have given us so many fantastic opportunities to grow with them in recent years.” 

In order to meet the increasing demand from clients, Yes& expanded its team in 2021 through the acquisition of: Boldr Strategic Consulting, Beyond Definition, and P’unk Avenue. With an augmented suite of services that captures digital transformation, brand strategy, publication design, and website development, Yes& has extended its ability to help clients unleash their brand’s potential through integrated creative and marketing services. 

Yes& is the Washington, DC-based marketing agency that brings commercial, association, and government clients the unlimited power of “&” – using a full suite of branding, digital, event, marketing, public relations, and creative capabilities to deliver meaningful and measurable results.

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