We’re Performance Marketing Agency of the Year winners!
We’re delighted to announce that we have been awarded silver in the Campaign UK Agency of the Year Awards.
Our Clarity at Speed proposition guarantees transparency and direct access to senior talent, including our team of performance consultants recruited from in-house brand leadership roles.
As well as long-standing relationships with brands including Sky, Ritter Sport and Frasers Group (House of Fraser, Jack Wills, Sports Direct and Game), in the past 12 months, we’ve been appointed by multiple brands. This includes our clients Adobe, Marks & Spencer, Trainline, ghd and Oliver Bonas. We have also supported the growth of several scale-up brands, including the independent alcohol-free beer brand Lucky Saint, and home-veg delivery service Oddbox.
Robin Skidmore, Founder & CEO said:
“2022 was a landmark year for Journey Further, with significant revenue and profit growth, the successful launch of our Influencer and Creative offerings, and our expansion to the North American market via New York City, securing Adobe as our first US client.
When we launched Journey Further, our vision was to create the Clarity at Speed agency that could take on the biggest and most respected agencies (with a fresh approach) and win. We had no team, no clients and no proof that our approach would work. Looking back now the proof is there that it did.
With an invigorated vision that will guide us for the next five years and a new senior
leadership team in place, I can now turn my full attention to growing our business in the US, and I will be moving over permanently in January 2023. To make the US a success, we need to return to that start-up mentality and make similar early decisions. Only this time, we have the strength of our existing 180+ person team, our amazing clients and our reputation to accelerate growth to 300+ in the next two years.
We are proud to be independent and hold no debt. Because we’re independent, we’ll never have to compromise our culture as we scale and can continue to enjoy doing things on our terms.”