Shout Digital aims for £5m turnover in next three years

Newcastle digital agency Shout Digital has set out a growth strategy as it aims to reach the £5m turnover mark by 2015 following work with GFI, Sage and NAC Group.

The agency, who recently reported an end-of-year figure that it is says was ‘just pennies’ shy of the £1m mark, has just ended its third full financial year having been set-up by Gary Boon.

Boon commented: “We have won business from some new and exciting avenues in the last month, and indeed the last six months has seen a raft of new clients including St Ermin’s and Caxton Grill in London and the Crab and Lobster in North Yorkshire.

“The travel and tourism markets are notoriously competitive, but we have been able to provide digital marketing solutions for all our clients in this field that have given them visibly strong returns,” he added.

The agency employs 17 people at its office which overlooks the Newcastle Gateshead Quayside.

Gary concluded: “It has been a whirlwind three years, and we intend to keep our foot on the gas with the aim of pushing our turnover up to at least £5million in the medium term. The work is out there to be won, and our track record for quality is building our reputation in many new sectors, as well as with ones we have already worked within.”

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