Enjoy Digital celebrates expotential growth with brand relaunch

Enjoy Digital has seen its year-on-year revenue grow by 26 per cent as it celebrates entering its tenth year in business.

Strengthening its position as one of the north’s leading independent integrated digital agencies, Enjoy Digital has seen revenues rise from £2.3m to £2.9m at the end of its financial year. The growth is a result of a series of new business wins and a continued effort to expand and develop its service offering.

The agency has provided fully integrated digital marketing and solutions development to clients across the UK since 2008. It is now re-launching its brand to reflect the evolution of its integrated approach and a shift in market demand for a more agile and adaptive agency model.

Enjoy Digital’s continued success can be attributed to its commitment to developing long-term client partnerships, built around its insight-driven philosophy. With clients including Cox Automotive Group, Costcutter and HESCO Bastion driving its growth, the agency continues to go from strength-to-strength.

Enjoy has also seen staff numbers increase to 50, attracting talent across all key departments in a bid to reinforce its service-driven culture. As the agency enters into its tenth year, it is marking the significant milestone with a brand relaunch.

Jonathan Filewood, managing director of Enjoy Digital, said: “The last 12 months have seen continued success for us, winning some fantastic new clients and attracting some of the best talent from across the region.

“We truly understand the importance of continuing to evolve our service offering and I am absolutely thrilled to celebrate entering into our tenth year by repositioning the agency proposition and refreshing the brand. Our dedication to delivering an adaptive, integrated digital marketing service continues to pay dividends and I look forward to the next chapter.”

Enjoy Digital operates internationally from its base in Leeds. Its team of 50 works with a range of leading brands including Manheim, Costcutter and Bank of Ireland.

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