Agency attracts clients from all sectors
Alienation Digital has secured new business worth £330,000 in the first quarter of the year.
The Glasgow agency said it had attracted clients including whisky specialist Gordon & MacPhail, the University of Bath, consultancy Regeneris and the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Alongside that it did more work for existing clients such as Bell Group, Vango and Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland.
This meant new business was up 141 per cent on 2010.
Turnover rose 82 per cent from £165,000 to £300,000 between January and March 2011.
Neil Barr, managing director, said: "Despite the economic downturn, 2010 was our most successful year to date with turnover up nearly 20 per cent and I am pleased to see the results for the start of 2011 indicate a continuation of that trend.
"This year our key focus will be driving forward our expansion across the rest of the UK with a new London headquarters and permanent staff based in the city.
"We have a proven track record of consistently exceeding expectations and generating a positive impact on revenue streams through creative marketing, functional design and comprehensive e-commerce strategies. As a business, we point-blank refuse to stand still and, so far, its a rule that has served us well."