Award-winning international digital consultancy, Eskimoz, has revealed plans for accelerated growth within the UK market.
Headquartered in Paris, France, Eskimoz is fast becoming a leading global digital agency with expertise in SEO, PPC, and Content and Data. The announcement follows from the agency’s success at this years Global Search Awards, which saw them named winners for Best Use of Search in the Real Estate and Property Category.
Having already achieved an impressive turnover of 20 million Euros in European revenue last year, the firm are on track to hit their target of 30% growth for 2023 compared to 2022, and have projected similar growth within the UK.
This follows the self-financed acquisition of Sembox in Italy in March 2022, the launch of a Spanish subsidiary, and the acquisition of UK marketing agency, Digital Uncut in November of last year.
Discussing the company’s ambitious growth plans, Sam Martin-Ross, UK Managing Director of Eskimoz, said: “The UK represents one of the most advanced digital markets in the world, being both the largest digital ad market globally and one of the leading digital advertising spenders.
“Given the competitive and innovative digital economy present in the UK, we’re confident that Eskimoz will achieve a similar level of success within this fertile market, and continue delivering the impactful, data-driven digital marketing campaigns that Eskimoz has become synonymous with.”
Having launched its UK website earlier this year, Eskimoz boasts a leading portfolio of both challenger and household brands including Matterport, hiyacar and Gophr.
Since it was established in 2010 by Andréa Bensaid, Eskimoz has deployed an impactful development strategy combining organic and external growth, and has achieved an average annual growth rate of 35%.
With firm plans in place to employ an additional 100 digital marketing consultants and grow turnover to an impressive £50 million within the next 24 months, Eskimoz is set to become a household name in both the UK and global digital marketing sector.