Adweek Announces 2020 Adweek 100: Fastest Growing Companies

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Omni Direct Ranks No. 47 on Adweek 100: Fastest Growing with Three-Year Revenue Growth of 158%, No. 1 Fastest Growing for Agencies Over 20 Years Old, No. 7 Fastest Growing for Agencies in the Southeast.

AdWeek's No. 7 Fastest-Growing for Agencies in the Southeast.

We are honored and humbled to have been recognized alongside some of the brightest and fastest-growing companies and agencies in the country.

Adweek today ranked Omni Direct no. 47 in its annual Adweek 100: Fastest Growing feature. Fastest Growing honors the 100 top agencies and 10 top solution providers — large and small, from all over the world — whose industry presence is on the rise. Accepting entries from every agency and solution provider category, this distinction is awarded to those organizations that have achieved exceptional growth over the past three years.

Omni Direct was also ranked no. 1 in Adweek’s list of “Top 5 Fastest Growing Agencies Over 20 Years Old” and no. 7 in Adweek’s list of “Top 10 Fastest-Growing US Agencies in the Southeast”.

“We are honored and humbled to have been recognized alongside some of the brightest and fastest-growing companies and agencies in the country. No doubt it is a testament to the great products and services our clients offer, the incredible potential of the Hispanic market as well as our highly talented and hardworking team at Omni Direct,” said Alex Agurcia, CEO of Omni Direct.

Complete results of Adweek 100: Fastest Growing, including company profiles, can be found at and in the October 5th issue of the award-winning Adweek magazine. Omni Direct achieved an astounding three-year revenue growth of 158%. Featured organizations include holding companies, independent agencies, both global and regional focused, as well as organizations providing industry services across the spectrum from mobile to lead-gen.

“2020 has been a challenging year, but these agencies and solution providers have shown how innovation breeds success,” says Jeffrey Litvack, Adweek’s chief executive officer. “Everyone in the advertising community can learn something from their examples.”

“The only constant in advertising is change,” added Lisa Granatstein, Adweek’s editor, svp, programming. “The best way to see where the industry is headed is to see who’s leading the pack, and Adweek 100: Fastest Growing always has a few surprises.”

On Thursday, October 15, 2020, Adweek will celebrate these companies at the Adweek 100: Fastest Growing virtual event.

About Omni Direct:

Established in 1999, Omni Direct is the nation’s leading US Hispanic full-service, direct-to-consumer marketing company. With the launch of hundreds of successful campaigns targeting the Hispanic market for Fortune 500 companies, direct response industry leaders and entrepreneurs, Omni Direct incorporates a best practices approach to media and campaign management. The company offers services including strategic planning, creative production and media buying as well as campaign management. Omni Direct focuses on delivering measurable and sustainable return on investment leveraging the efficiencies of a direct response media buying model. Visit

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The 2020 Adweek 100: Fastest Growing is ranked according to percentage revenue growth when comparing 2017 to 2020. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating a minimum revenue level by 2017.

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