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Middlesbrough Amazon agency eyes £1 million revenue goal

A specialist in Amazon store management and advertising is set to double its turnover for its current financial year – taking the business to £1 million in annual revenue by the end of 2025.

Seller Presto is based in Middlesbrough’s Boho zone, and has five staff.

It works with the likes of TJ Hughes, Helix and the board game brand, Football Billionaire, which was featured on Dragon’s Den and received investment from Peter Jones.

Graeme Coyle, managing director and founder, said: “We’ve doubled our turnover in the last year, thanks to strengthening our team with talented Amazon selling experts and a host of new clients coming on board such as Helix.

“As a Teesside native, I’m passionate about developing Seller Presto even further into a pure-play, sustainable, and profitable business to aid increased skilled job creation in the Tees Valley area and beyond.

“We are now striving to double turnover again by the financial year end 2025, which will take us to the £1m in annual revenue mark, and we’ll be adding around 5 new people to the team during this time.

“It’s an inspiring time for the business and I’m hoping our 5th year as an agency will be our best yet.”

Seller Presto helps clients increase revenue through the Amazon channel by delivering specialist support services to seller businesses on the platform, encompassing account management, ad management, listing creation, Amazon store set-up, full-service management and consultancy.

The firm hopes to bring new talent into this area by investing in emerging talent through internships and paid placements, while continuing its ongoing education of existing staff to keep their expertise at the forefront of the market.

Graeme added: “As a past graduate of Teesside University, I know how fortunate we are to have the university on the doorstep, providing us access to its impressive cohort of digital-focused students and graduates.

“We’ll be offering some exciting job opportunities to future graduates from marketing, business and digital courses, and are always keen to hear from enthusiastic people who want to specialise in this unique area of ecommerce.”

April 9, 2024

  • Business & Economy

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