Latest News | 4 June 2024

Marketing agency breaks through £1m turnover barrier

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Marketing agency Alphageek Digital is celebrating after doubling its turnover in the last 12 months, surpassing £1 million for the first time.

The firm has reached the impressive milestone after less than five years in business during which it has picked up more than 50 clients based across four continents.

Despite negotiating a global pandemic and worldwide recession the firm’s annual turnover passed £1.2 million in the last financial year – more than a 50% growth on the previous year, with continued progress already this year.

The agency was founded by friends Art Lindop, Alex Mills and Kieran Flynn during lockdown.

Managing director Art Lindop said: “When we launched Alphageek Digital back in 2020 it was an exciting time for the industry – everyone was moving online and so we were in our absolute element.

“The true test was when business returned to normal, but by then we had begun making a name for ourselves and were working with some high-profile clients, so we’ve never looked back.

“This fiscal year has been outstanding for us and we’re really proud of everything we have achieved.

“We’re a very ambitious team operating in a young and dynamic industry and every day we’re proving that you don’t need to be a big London agency to win international clients.”

The company, which has offices in Century House, in Friar Gate, employs a team of over 20 and specialises in paid advertising, content creation and social media / brand amplification services.

At the end of last year, the agency announced that during Black Friday it had brought in revenue of just over £1.5 million across just 10 of its clients, generating almost 800,000 engagements, nearly 195,000 clicks and more than 6,000 leads.

Derby entrepreneur Dean Jackson, who owns HUUB, a world leader in wetsuits, triathlon and cycle clothing, praised the company for orchestrating its “best ever” Google Ads campaign, which drove a record-breaking £1 million of annual Google Ads revenue for the firm.

Art said: “I’m really excited to see what Alphageek can achieve in the next five years.

“We’re a global business now but our roots are very much in Derby and we want to create a business which gives talented people a chance and that the city is proud of.”

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