Aberdeen brand agency celebrates business growth Feb 2 2018 | FortyTwo Studio

Internationally recognised brand agency FortyTwo Studio has secured new contracts for brand and digital services worth more than £180,000. This follows a successful 2017 that saw the company increase turnover by 30%.

An increased demand for brand, design, website and digital development services will see FortyTwo rapidly expand its client portfolio on a national basis, working with new clients including J.Rizza’s & Sons, Tayport Distillery, DOF Subsea, VSA, Cairngorms Business Partnership (CBP), a leading Edinburgh architectural design practise and a new Scottish spirits company.

Speaking of the contract wins, Mark Kemp, director and founder of FortyTwo Studio said: “With a large majority of our recent contract wins coming from referrals or the strength of our portfolio, it’s hugely gratifying that the work the team is doing is being recognised and rewarded further. We pride ourselves on doing the best work we can for every client and the continued growth we’ve enjoyed over the past two years is testament to that.

To support the company’s growth, a new appointment has been made with Ross Thomson joining the company as digital developer. The company, founded in late 2015, now has seven members of staff working across more than 80 clients in the food & drink, retail, oil & gas, tourism, decommissioning, public, education, construction, architecture, professional services and third sectors.

The appointment cap’s a significant 12 months for the company, with the agency also being recognised for its creative work at the 2017 The Drum Scottish Creative Awards, claiming four accolades which included the Grand Prix top award for work completed for The Teasmith Spirits Co.

“2018 is shaping up to be another invigorating year and we can’t wait to show all our clients what we can do whilst continuing to improve and develop across the country’

For more information, visit FortyTwo Studio’s website at www.fortytwo.studio.

Mark Kemp (left), Ross Thomson and Sam Longmire

Mark Kemp (left), Ross Thomson and Sam Longmire

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