In response to a maturing digital market, Lemon ( is rebranding and refocusing its business model to provide agencies and media owners with a full range of high-end and cost-effective digital production services.

The move comes following an extremely successful year in 2007 which saw Lemon ranking among the Top 50 fastest growing UK digital businesses (Media Momentum Awards 2007). The growing demand for outsourcing amongst agencies has prompted Lemon to respond and focus all their efforts on their core offering and no longer work directly for brands.

Lemon provides a range of digital services - from creative and technical consultancy, to project management of large-scale web builds or social networking apps, to the simpler, recurrent, high-volume and fast-turnaround tasks such as localisation and display advertising.

Sarah Ferguson will continue to run Lemon as Production Director, overseeing all production output. Matt O’Riordan, founder of Lemon and co-founder of E-consultancy, will continue as Managing Director.

Sarah Ferguson said: “The opportunity to refocus our business and provide agencies and media owners with a dedicated offering seemed very timely, especially given our experience of working with some of the UK’s most successful agencies and the growing need that we can see exists among them. We see this development as our coming of age.”

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Steph Smith, PR Consultant 07803 853006,

Editor’s notes
Lemon Foundation
Lemon Foundation was founded in 2003 by Matt O’Riordan as a digital production agency with both in-house and outsourced production facilities. As Matt built a high quality technical and project management team around him the company won higher profile clients such as Habitat and New Star Asset Management by delivering robust digital marketing advice and production services. In 2007 Lemon’s turnover was £1.4m with 12 staff.

Published on: 12:00AM on 12th June 2008