Leapfrogg, the digital marketing agency for premium brands and retailers, is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this December.
Based in Brighton, the agency was established in 2003 by Rosie Freshwater. Born out of a studio flat, the agency initially provided SEO services to local businesses across a number of sectors.
Over the years, the agency has evolved into a leading retail specialist, delivering customer experience and digital marketing strategies for some of the UK’s best known premium brands and retailers. Clients include Agent Provocateur, Cath Kidston, Lulu Guinness and Heals.
2013 has seen the agency grow revenue by 10%, whilst building a team of 20 highly experienced strategists, digital marketing consultants and creative people, all sharing a passion for the world of retail.
Managing Director, Rosie Freshwater commented "10 years have passed so quickly. It’s a great opportunity to look back on the path we have trodden over the years, celebrate the successes (and learn from the odd failure!) and take stock of our achievements, both as a high growth start-up in boom time through to surviving a very tough economic period. We've come out the other side as a more mature agency with a great team and a roster of amazing clients. I look forward to the next exciting chapter."
Ben Potter, Leapfrogg’s Commercial Director, joined Rosie during the first few weeks of the agency’s inception. He added, "we have seen enormous change in digital and retail over the last 10 years – to have been a part of that and involved in an agency that is always looking to do things better, constantly adapting and evolving, has been a challenging but brilliant ride. We have some exciting plans in place for 2014, not least around our customer experience offering. Bring on the next 10 years!"
The Leapfrogg team will be celebrating with a series of events, starting with a party on Friday 6th December for staff (new and old), friends, partners and all of those who have supported Leapfrogg over the past 10 years. A client event will take place in early 2014.
Published on: 10:49AM on 3rd December 2013