Alley Named Top Industry Agency In AFR’s Fast Starters List For 2017

Alley Named Top Industry Agency In AFR’s Fast Starters List For 2017
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Digital marketing agency Alley has been crowned the top industry agency in The Australian Financial Review’s Fast Starters list for 2017, with 13 others also making the list.

Founded by Nick Lavidge (pictured above), and with 170.4 per cent revenue growth $9.84 million, Alley placed 14th in the annual list, which recognises the fastest-growing start-up businesses in Australia.

Alley also happens to be a finalist for this year’s B&T Awards, which takes place next month in Melbourne. Grab your tickets to the industry’s night of nights here!

Here’s the full list of agencies who made the cut in this year’s AFR Fast Starters list:

  1. Alley – 14th overall with 170.4 per cent revenue growth at $9.84 million.
  2. Tech Mpire – 17th overall with 24.7 per cent revenue growth at $9.01 million.
  3. King Kong – 35th overall with 154.6 per cent revenue growth at $4.68 million.
  4. Be Media – 48th overall with 34.5 per cent revenue growth at $3.15 million.
  5. Indago Digital – 50th overall with 27.2 per cent revenue growth at $2.9 million.
  6. Slik – 51st overall with 131.6 per cent revenue growth at $2.8 million.
  7. Social Playground – 66th overall with 57.4 per cent revenue growth at $2.07 million.
  8. Melbourne Media Consulting – 71st overall with 102.9 per cent revenue growth at $1.84 million.
  9. Story(ation) – 79th overall with 40.2 per cent revenue growth at $1.41 million.
  10. eMarket Experts – 80th overall with 66.7 per cent revenue growth at $1.35 million.
  11. Yoghurt Digital – 81st overall with 64.2 per cent revenue growth at $1.25 million.
  12. Brandalism – 82nd overall with 148 per cent revenue growth at $1.25 million.
  13. Vine Digital – 83rd overall with 61.9 per cent revenue growth at $1.16 million.
  14. Cypha Interactive – 90th overall with 58.7 per cent revenue growth at $834.89k.

 

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