Epiphany sees revenue rise to £2.9m for first half of 2012 while picking up Leeds Trinity University College, Clarkes and Leeds Building Society contracts

Search marketing agency Epiphany has revealed half-year revenue figures of £2.9m having picked up work with clients such as Leeds Trinity University College, Clarkes and Leeds Building Society.

The agency, which released its half-year results from between February to July, claims that it saw an annual growth rate of 41 per cent, with revenue growth through management fees over 54 per cent.

The agency was able to secure an additional £1.9m worth of new business during the first half of the year, which included Matches, Paul Smith and Real Networks.

Rob Shaw, group CEO of Epiphany, said: "We're a specialist agency operating in one of the most important channels for digital marketers. Our strong growth is down to our focus on great client service, a culture of innovation and the fact that we recruit and retain the best minds in the industry."

The agency offer share options to its staff at the beginning of this financial year and is currently in the process of establishing a Sydney based sister agency alongside a new PR and social agency growing in the UK, named Shackleton PR.

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