A marketing agency made it to a major milestone in time for its latest birthday.
Aqueous Digital will enter its tenth year, during which it aims to turn over £1m for the first time, buoyed by hitting a recurring revenue target five months ahead of schedule.
To do so in May, at the peak of a global coronavirus outbreak, only makes the Cheshire firm’s feat more remarkable.
“So many businesses have struggled during lockdown but we’ve used it as an opportunity to work with people and adapt their digital marketing plans,” said managing director Jonathan Guy, who set up the company in June 2011 together with his wife, Emma.
“By collaborating closely with our existing customers and identifying new ways to generate income, we’ve played a part in helping them to survive the most difficult trading conditions.”
Alongside SEO and digital marketing services, Aqueous provides its clients with pay-per-click and reputation...