The Sunday Times has named search marketing agency Stickyeyes one of the fastest growing technology, media and telecoms companies in the UK.

The Sunday Times Tech Track 100 ranks those companies with the fastest growing sales over the latest three years and includes such well-known brands as Go Compare, Shazam and Skyscanner.

Stickyeyes is the only company in Yorkshire to be featured and ranked 77th overall.

Craig Chalmers, Managing Director at Stickyeyes, said:

"To achieve this award from such a well-respected publication as the Sunday Times is fantastic. We're very proud of the Stickyeyes team for their contribution to our success. It's testament to the brilliant work they undertake for our clients - all of whom work in highly competitive and hugely challenging sectors such as retail and travel, professional services and gaming.

2011 has been a landmark year for us with the move to a new, larger office, an array of client wins and huge expansion of the team. Our ability to provide real, tangible return on investment for our clients is a huge factor in Stickyeyes growth. We hope to be able to announce a number of new client wins in coming months and look forward to the teams continued success."

You can read more on the award or download a copy of Sunday's supplement at:
http://www.fasttrack.co.uk/fasttrack/leagues/tech100programme.html

Notes to editors

For further information, please contact:
Lisa Wisniowski
E: lisa.wisniowski@stickyeyes.com
T: 0113 391 292
T: @stickyeyes
W: www.stickyeyes.com

About Stickyeyes

Stickyeyes is one of the top 6 search marketing agencies in the UK with expertise in SEO, PPC, social media, online PR and content provision.

A wide variety of blue chip companies and prestigious brands (including many household names) utilise Stickyeyes expertise to provide innovative, effective and creative marketing solutions in incredibly competitive sectors from retail and travel to professional services and gaming.

Today, Stickyeyes has a team of over 70 specialists and a turnover in excess of £13m.

Published on: 8:45AM on 19th September 2011