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Digital agency aims to hit £1.3 million turnover as part of growth plans

A Durham-based digital agency has projected ambitious financial goals for the next two years, with plans to create 10 new jobs in 2024.

The recently rebranded Climb & Conquer, a SEO and PPC firm, is on track for a £500,000 turnover by the end of its current financial year (August 2024), followed a target of £750,000 for 2025, then £1.3 million by EOFY 2026.

The agency has recently welcomed new clients including MotorEasy, Mallet London and Crumbs & Doilies.

Founder Shane Parkins said: “I am incredibly proud of the business we are building and the results we’re achieving.

“I started this as a solo consultancy venture just over 3 years ago and the growth ever since still staggers me!

“I’m excited for the future as Climb & Conquer and where that will take us.

“We’re only getting started.”

Every member of the Climb & Conquer team initially joins the business at trainee level and receives on-the-job training and mentoring.

Bosses believe this gives each team member a holistic view of digital services and performance as a whole.

Shane added: “I’m very passionate about creating an environment where team members can learn a wide breadth of digital expertise and grow as the agency grows.

“I’m also proud to be giving many their “big break” into a digital career, whether that’s someone fresh out of education, or wanting to retrain.

“For me, it’s about breaking down those siloes and barriers to build a team of like-minded, determined individuals.”

Pictured: Blanaid May, Shane Parkins and Victor Stasiak.

June 3, 2024

  • Business & Economy

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