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North East digital agency, Flow Digital, has announced a record 2017, with exciting new developments underway including recent new appointments.

Newcastle-based agency, Flow, has seen its most significant growth in 2017, since it was established five years ago. The growth extended to two new members of staff towards the end of the year: an in-house Content Marketer and a Digital PR & Outreach Manager.

Flow, works with brands including Newcastle University, Close House and Buff. Flow aim to increase the growth further moving in into 2018.

Managing Director, Anth Fitches, said of 2017: “It has been an amazing year for Flow. 2017 was outstanding, and 2018 is on track to surpass with our new website, exciting new clients and staff members bringing fresh ideas to the team. We are aiming to continue on this path and hope to double our team size, placing us at the forefront of digital marketing and development.”

The growing digital agency has expanded their team after a record number of clients looking to work with Flow – including a large UK mailing company and high-end retail store. The new website also caters for clients, showcasing Flow’s services and comprehensive guides to boosting your brand.

Outreach Manager, Robbie Thompson, said of his appointment: “Everyone in the team has made me feel welcome. I’m aiming to quickly get up to speed with our clients and I’ll be using my experience within the industry to earn them some impactful and relevant online coverage.”

Flow are already looking for new ways to innovate in 2018, with a string of networking events and free seminars lined up. The Advanced SEO Techniques for E-Commerce seminar will be held at the Tyneside Cinema, on 20th March 2018. You can book your tickets online here.

“We’re very excited about the future of Flow. March’s  Advanced SEO for E-Commerce seminar is only the start. We have made significant progress over the past five years, and we’re continuing to service our clients as best we can by expanding our  team and services.”

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