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The End of 2017 Definitely Wasn’t Quiet For Indago…

January 16, 2018 - 0 Comments - by:

The final quarter of the calendar year isn’t usually a time for new business wins. But true to form, in the last couple of months in 2017 we broke convention and brought on a handful of new clients – all of which we are incredibly excited to be working with.

Our Founder and Managing Director, Gary, said, “At prior agencies and at Indago, the first quarter of a new financial year is always a key period for growth, but that growth then extended well into the last few months of 2017 with new business wins happening every couple of weeks in the lead up to Christmas.”

In terms of how we managed to do it, Gary had this to say, “I believe the reasons for this change in trend is the hard work we’ve been putting into perfecting our products and that Australian businesses are no longer willing to wait the summer lull to move their digital marketing accounts.”

A couple of the brands we’re now lucky enough to be working with are Real Insurance, Fossil Group and IELTS. We’re also stoked to be working with some clients who are disrupting their industries; connoisseurs of sleep, Koala and real estate newbies Upside, are both game changers in their spaces.

Dany Milham, Founder at Koala said, “As my education and professional background has a technical steer, our business is the same. For that reason, our site takes advantage of some of the latest coding practices and technologies available. Therefore, we needed an SEO agency that has the same level of technical prowess and we’re confident that employing Indago was a sound decision.”

We’re also really happy that not only our reputation as an agency, but also our efforts to foster the growth of young talent are being encouraged. Kristy Napier, Head of Ecommerce at Fossil Group Australia had this to say, “I used my network to find an agency to work with and Indago came highly recommended. During the pitch process they allowed one of their recent recruits, who was a young uni graduate, to help work on and attend the pitch. We were impressed with the culture of inclusion and education they were fostering and the fact that it emulates a lot of what we are trying to achieve here at Fossil.”

 

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