Aberdeen-based digital growth agency Wired Studio has announced new contract wins including Toni and Guy, VisitAberdeenshire, Trinity Centre and Finlay & Co London, the luxury sunglasses and spectacles brand.
Last year the agency, which specilaises in using data insights, analytics and creative digital design to aid the growth of their clients, reported a 40% increase in turnover.
The new contract wins have added a combined value of five-figures to the business.
Claire MacIntyre, marketing director, says, “We have seen an increase in businesses looking to use insights and analytics to help make better decisions about their marketing spend and analyse their ROI. We have been championing data since our inception as Scotland’s first growth agency in 2012 and by using our own mathematical marketing techniques, we can forecast business enquiries for clients up to 12 months in advance. With all of this information to hand, marketing has become as analytical as it is creative and the profession has become an integral contributor to business growth.”
Claire continues, “Over the past 5 years Wired Studio has worked hard to support our clients to deliver a better return from their marketing investment and our results speak for themselves. We have delivered a 150% year-on-year increase in enquiries generated for a service provider, a 138.33% year-on-year increase in enquiries generated for an educational establishment and 145.04% increase in enquiries generated for a technological organisation.”
Lee Brandie, managing director at Wired Studio, comments, “2017 has been an exceptional start to the year for us and we have gone from strength to strength. We are very pleased to have secured so many prestigious clients to our expanding portfolio and to have been selected as their marketing partners.
Lee continues: “We are also expanding the business nationally, which will result in further job creation. 2017 has been a very exciting year for us and we look forward to supporting all of our clients with their ambitions and business growth.”