Marketing agency on course for record year
Alienation Digital has increased half-year profits by 197 per cent.
The Glasgow business has won several new contracts and also expanded its London office.
As a result the net half-year profit for 2011/12 of £122,000 has outstripped the £105,000 made during the whole of 2010/11.
Turnover for the six months was £548,000 - up 60 per cent- with the agency now expecting to take in more than £1 million for the first time over the full year.
Neil Barr, managing director, said: "We all know it's a very competitive market just now which makes these figures all the more encouraging."
Client wins in the period included malt specialist Gordon & MacPhail, The University of Bath, Lambeth Council and engineering giant BAE Systems.