We’re very excited to announce that we’ve been named on the Australian Financial Review’s 2016 Fast Starters list!

While we’ve been busy bringing on five awesome new clients in the past 4 months alone, being named alongside previous list makers like Hudson Homes, Carsguide.com and Anytime Australia is a huge accolade for us and testifies to the awesome work that’s been done by the team over the past couple of years.

Our Managing Director, Gary Nissim, summed it up perfectly, ‘We knew we’d been kicking goals and growing a sustainable business, but it’s great when a third party like the Australian Financial Review ratifies that, measuring our business against our peers. Roll on next year and a higher rank…’

afr fast starters 2016

You may have heard of the list previously as the BRW 100 Fast Starters list, but this is the first year that it’s flying under the banner of AFR. Basically, it’s a list of Australia’s fastest growing startup businesses, ranked by their revenues and growth percentages within the last year.

Since we launched in 2015, we’ve had our ears pinned back and haven’t lost momentum for a second, with our only agenda being to deliver clients the best of the best services in digital marketing. From what started as a handful of eager data geeks, we’ve grown to a 16-strong team of diverse and seriously unique individuals. In fact, right now we’re in the midst of moving office because we don’t fit in our original digs anymore. No longer will Indago Digital call North Sydney home. We’re on our way to some suitably pretentious and fashionably ironic offices in the heartland of media wank, Surry Hills.

But back to the glory – being placed on the list this year is only the beginning for us. We’ve always said we aren’t shy about using every digital marketing tactic known to man or bot to get results for our clients. And nothing about that is going to change. Watch the dog sniff out a place higher on the list next year.

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