Yorkshire digital agency, Adigi, has made two key appointments as it sets its sights on increasing turnover to £1m.
Boosting the existing six-strong team are Emma Thornton, who has joined the Harrogate-based business as account manager, and Jake Nicolaides as developer.
Adigi, which was launched nine years ago by co-founders Dan Martin and Jonny Wright, provides expert creative and digital services across a wide range of sectors both in the UK and abroad.
Current clients include Wensleydale Creamery, Masons Gin, Wharfedale Homes, Celebrity chef Tom Kerridge, CNG, Ripley Castle, Baird Mint Collection and Children’s E-Hospital.
Managing director Dan Martin said: “This year, we are aiming to significantly grow our turnover and the appointment of Emma and Jake is key to this. Having recently won a number of new clients in the Food and Drink, Hospitality, Motor and e-commerce sectors, they have joined us at exactly the right time.
“Over the last 12 months we saw an increase in new client wins, largely from businesses needing support to grow their online presence and update their ecommerce sites due to Covid 19.
“2020 was a standout year for us, and our sights are set on increasing turnover in 2021 to £1m plus. This would represent a 45 per cent increase, but by adding new talent to the team we believe this is highly achievable.”