Bolton-based digital marketing agency Bring Digital has celebrated its 3rd Birthday. After being set up in 2012 by Managing Director David Ingram, the growing firm reaches this milestone with 28 members of staff working across its search marketing, social media and website development teams.
Despite David starting the business without any set-up capital, Bring Digital has achieved revenues in excess of £1.4 million for the 14/15 financial year, with a projected £1.8 million revenue over the next 12 months.
Operating from their creative office space on Spa Road Bolton, Bring Digital now boasts a wide range of clients from across the North West including Graham & Brown, DW Fitness Clubs and fellow Bolton-based businesses Love Energy Savings and Parcel2Go. They also work with a selection of international clients in the United States, Europe and Australia.
Managing Director David Ingram, who runs the business alongside Commercial Director Lee Frame and Operations Director Tom Rosillo, is proud the firm has reached this milestone, “When I set up Bring Digital back in 2012 it was just me and my wife working from our spare bedroom. We had ambitious plans to grow the business and to make a real difference in our industry, and we’re all so proud to hit the 3 year mark with 28 fantastic employees and an amazing client base spanning across the globe”
With further growth plans in place for 2016 David is confident that Bring Digital will continue to be successful well into the future.
“The plan for the next year is very much to continuing growing the business through the development of our staff and the ongoing improvement of our services. We will also be bringing new services to the market, which will expand the offering we can deliver for our clients. We want to continue to fly the flag for Bolton and strive to become the best digital marketing agency in the UK and beyond, and we’re confident we’ve got the right team in place to achieve this” added David.
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