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Epiphany has announced that it has had record start to the 2012-13 financial year.
At the end of the first quarter the Leeds and London based search marketing agency is 3% up on aggressive revenue targets. Last year the agency grew its revenues from management fees by 54%, turning over just under £5million in management fee revenues.
Epiphany has recently announced a host of new clients including Paul Smith, Leeds Building Society, Taylor Wimpey, Quidco, Whistles, e-buyer and Wrens Kitchens.
Karen Bremner, Head of Marketing for Taylor Wimpey said ‘working with Epiphany gives us access to a unique mix of specialist digital marketing skills and we’re pleased to be working with their team.’
Stuart Coggins, Marketing Insight Manager for Quidco, said: "We're excited to start working with Epiphany and are happy to have the benefit of their expertise in improving PPC performance".
CEO Rob Shaw said, “We set ourselves a series of challenging targets for 2012-13 and it’s testimony to the hard work of everyone at Epiphany that we’re delivering on them”.
Epiphany has also begun a recruitment drive that will lead to the one hundredth member of staff joining the team later this year.
The agency unveiled a new brand and Operations Board earlier in 2011, allowing founders Shane Quigley and Robin Skidmore to investigate new strategic opportunities for the company. The agency was also featured in a recent Department of Business, Innovation and Skills report on successful enterprise in the UK.
Published on: 10:44AM on 18th July 2012