Midlands based digital marketing agency Tamba has announced growth plans having acquired four new clients which is set to double its turnover in the next financial year to over £1m.
The agency has recently been appointed to work with Sony Blu Ray, OCR, The British Medical Journal and Internet World 2009 and will now grow its team of nine to cope with the new contracts.
The new roles being created are that of an account director, two account managers, two designers or artists, an additional action scripter and an additional developer.
Tamba has also recently bought brand new 10,000 sq ft headquarters in Staffordshire, after relocating from Birmingham to provide enough space as it looks to expand.
The agency was founded in 1994 and is owned and led by CEO Kay Hammond (pictured) with offices in the Midlands and London.
“TAMBA’s continued success is in part due to the boom in big brands wanting successful viral marketing campaigns,” explained Hammond.
“When viral first started a lot of people didn’t really understand what it was about and how they could get a return on their investment. We focused on teaching clients how to monetise viral games and make them commercially successful. Our expertise consistently attracts a number of global brands to our client roster.”
It is expected that these expansion plans will be completed by October 2009.