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Newcastle digital marketing agency aims for £1 million turnover

SQUIDGY, a Newcastle-based digital marketing agency, has announced that it is on track to reach a turnover of nearly £1 million and double its headcount by 2026.

Based in central Newcastle, SQUIDGY specialises in SEO, PPC and paid social and works with major clients such as Alnwick Castle, Visit Northumberland, Jackson Hogg and Bayfields Opticians.

Founder and agency director, Andy Robson, said: “2024 is proving a milestone year for SQUIDGY, and our projections point to even stronger agency performance in the next two years.

“Turnover has grown steadily year-on-year since SQUIDGY became a fully-fledged agency in 2020 but this past year has seen our growth double, and we are aiming to hit seven figures by 2026.

“Referrals have been key to our growth, which is a positive reflection of our reputation, results and the stellar service we provide to our clients and the genuine care the entire team demonstrates across all of our customers.

“We have always positioned the agency as a specialist, not a generalist, something that is now baked into our DNA and can be credited to getting us to this point in our scaleup journey.

“We are fortunate enough to work with amazing clients both in the North-East region and nationally, and if this growth trajectory continues, then we will need to take on at least eight new team members over the next year or so.”

Alongside Andy Robson, the senior team includes Jack Fenwick, head of marketing and Kate Thompson, head of commercial. SQUIDGY focuses on working with SMEs, particularly challenger brands, providing digital marketing strategies to help businesses stand out from the competition.

Pictured: Left to right, Kate Thompson, Jack Fenwick and Andy Robson.

July 11, 2024

  • Business & Economy

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