ALIENATION Digital, Glasgow and London-based web design and digital marketing agency, has teed-up over £330k worth of business in the first three months of 2011 – a 141 per cent increase on the same period last year.
Says a spokesperson: “The firm, which is preparing to launch a new retail website for PSD Golf (the official distributor of all PGA Golf merchandise), has enjoyed a successful start to 2011 working with high-profile clients including Gordon & MacPhail, who commissioned the firm to redesign their website to commemorate the launch of one of the world’s oldest whiskies and create a microsite to showcase the new Generations range.
“Further new client wins include the University of Bath and Regenersis, as well as expansions to existing client relationships including Bell Group, Vango and SCSWIS (Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland).”
Alienation Digital has also progressed its ongoing expansion into the London market after securing work with the renowned Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, which boasts Dame Judy Dench as president, plus Britain’s Got Talent judge, Amanda Holden, and London musical star, Connie Fisher, amongst its former students.
Managing director of Alienation Digital, Neil Barr, 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, it’s a rule that has served us well.”
As well as establishing a permanent headquarters in London, the firm has also recently employed an additional three members of staff, project manager Valerie Paton, web designer Dan Cowley and developer, Thomas Heaney, to support business growth throughout the rest of the year, whilst advertising for another two positions in sales and mobile app development.
Issued by The BIG Partnership on behalf of Alienation Digital – http://www.alienationdigital.co.uk/
Contact Sharon Mars on 07914 905 320 or Brian Welsh on 07976 456 765
About Alienation Digital:
Alienation was founded through a desire to provide creative solutions in a digital world.
Since 1997, Alienation has become one of Scotland’s leading web design agencies – with clients across the UK and internationally.
Our talented team includes designers, developers and marketers with extensive experience in building and maintaining solutions for clients throughout the UK and abroad.
Alienation is wholly owned by the managing director, Neil Barr, who has been working in this industry for over 15 years.
Bringing additional strength and experience to the board is Ken Beattie. Ken currently holds a number of non-executive positions in the Scottish business IT sector, having successfully founded a number of software companies.
Alienation was involved in setting up the Scottish Enterprise E-business Suppliers Certification scheme. The e-Mark was launched in September 2003 and Alienation was one of the first to achieve certification.
Over the years, Alienation and our clients have won a number of awards such as the Scottish Enterprise Web Developers competition and Glasgow Regional winners at Winners at the Web 2003. Our clients range from charities to councils, from multinationals to new start-ups.
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