Stacks of the Australian media, marketing and advertising industry appeared on The Australian Financial Review’s BRW Fast 100 list for 2016, including Digital360, Indago Digital and The Royals.
Digital360 – ranked at #39 – is a Melbourne-based digital agency that uses technology, data and industry-leading expertise to deliver a competitive advantage to its clients. Digital360 posted a growth rate of 68.7 per cent.
In a nutshell, Digital360’s team of business analysts reverse-engineer successful business models and offer big picture insights and informed market trends e.g. on the current landscape and the future of the industry.
Meanwhile, Indago Digital ranked at #69 with a revenue record of $2.28 million. Then ranked at number 74, The Royals’ (pictured) Fast 100 recognition follows last year’s number 45 showing on the Fast Starters list, which ranks the fastest growing start-up businesses in Australia.
Both lists are published by Fairfax Media’s The Australian Financial Review.
Over the past 12 months, the agency has added 10 new clients, among them Mercedes-Benz Commercial, Shine Lawyers, Melbourne Racing Club, Sara Lee, and Film Victoria, while an impressive 25 new staff joined The Royals over the same period.
The Royals managing partner Dan Beaumont said, “It’s always nice to be recognised for legitimate business success. We’ve designed the group to be the right type of communications company for clients in the post-digital era.
“Coupled with our mission to be ‘the most interested agency in the world’, by employing people who are fuelled by passion and curiosity, it’s a potent combination for growth and success – not just for our business, but more importantly for our clients’ business.
“Every single Royal contributed to our achievements this year and I thank them for their passion and commitment. With more business wins to be announced shortly, we are looking forward to another strong year in 2017.”
See the complete Fast 100 list here.
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