Data-driven insights

Our approach to data-driven marketing helps brands around the world optimize the efficiency and effectiveness of their paid, earned and owned marketing communications.


The software and insights to understand what is being said about brands, and how best to adjust communication strategy.

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Marketing Performance

Research, analytics and platforms to improve the impact of activity on core performance metrics.

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Media Value

Proprietary tools and analysis to hold agencies to account and improve future spend performance.

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Greater brand and business performance

We collect, aggregate and analyze vast amounts of online and offline marketing data to enable our experts to provide brands with a better understanding of what is going on in their market, how they are performing, and what they can do to improve. Our consultancy and software services are built upon this data, expertise and our independence from the media transaction process. Across the three areas of our business, we enhance brands’ capabilities, instil greater accountability and assist their pursuit of transparency with their agency partners.

Ebiquity explained

Questions we answer for clients

Ebiquity isn't owned by people who buy or sell media. This means we always recommend what is best for our clients when helping them answer...

  • What impact does our marketing activity have on business performance (particularly in the area of media and communications)? How can we deliver improved ROI?
  • What results is our digital activity really achieving?
  • How can we best evaluate agency performance?
  • What effect is our paid and earned activity having on our reputation?
  • What can we learn from our competitors communication strategies?

Ebiquity In Brief

  • Our Clients

    Our Clients

    We work with over 1,100 clients worldwide including over 90% of the major global advertisers

  • Benchmarking


    Last year we analyzed $20bn of media spend from over 300 brands

  • Global Locations

    Global Locations

    Global expertise and offices in 16 countries

  • Marketing ROI

    Marketing ROI

    We’ve conducted 700+ effectiveness projects evaluating $18bn of marketing spend

  • Advertising


    Our advertising database contains over 20 million creative executions from over 80 countries

  • Reputation


    Our reputation research has helped over 500 world class clients while winning 90 industry awards

  • Our People

    Our People

    Employing over 800 people with agency, client and consultancy backgrounds

  • Investors


    London Stock Exchange AIM-listed with over $100m turnover

Ebiuity Opinion
  • Faulkner Media Management becomes Ebiquity
    Published on Friday, September 26, 2014

    Faulkner Media Management (FMM) has grown to become Asia-Pacific’s largest and more importantly, most trusted, independent media consultancy.  Established by Eric Faulkner in 1988, its team of thirty media professionals now provide advice, coaching support, training and unique media benchmarking services to more than 100 clients across seven countries in South East Asia, New Zealand

  • Response Issue 17
    Published on Wednesday, September 3, 2014

    Welcome to Response, Ebiquity’s quarterly publication on international marcoms. The quarter four issue includes content on agency trading desks, action-oriented modelling, bench-marking your on-line advertising and integrated communications measurement, plus a look at the evolution of McDonald’s ad campaigns. Contents Brand Perception – How the leopard changes its spots Morag Blazey, CEO Ebiquity UK Agency

  • Response Issue 16
    Published on Tuesday, June 17, 2014

    Welcome to Response, Ebiquity’s quarterly publication on international marcoms. The Q3 issue includes articles on programmatic media trading, innovations in eye-tracking software, developments in reach and acquisition, the integration of marketing and communications, the ad evolution of the World Cup, the role of music in advertising plus an overview of  Thinkbox’s study into UK TV