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No limits for North East marketing agency that doubles turnover

ByChloe Watson

Jul 28, 2018 #Business

A North East marketing agency is proving there are no limits to growth with a recent expansion.

Darlington-based Go Limitless is on track to more than double its turnover in just under 12 months, after demand for its services – including web design and digital marketing – has seen the business take on a further three staff.

And now, the company has expanded into bigger office space at Darlington’s Lingfield Point to accommodate its growing team.

The four-year-old business first moved to the business park in November 2016 – having previously been based in Richmond, North Yorkshire.

Matt Prosser, managing director of Go Limitless, said: “This is a really exciting time for Go Limitless as we’re on track to surpass £250,000 turnover – doubling revenue in just 12 months.

“We originally relocated to Lingfield Point as we recognised Darlington as a great business hub and a place to expand the company.

“Lingfield Point offered a great office location close to the town centre that still had easy access to major commuter routes and free parking.”

The now seven-strong team of design and marketing experts is based in YARN, a wing of the business park designed for start-ups and SMEs.

Eddie Humphries, estate manager at Lingfield Point, said: “It’s always great when we’re able to watch our customers growing from their base here at Lingfield Point.

“We’re proud to be able to provide a well-deserved home to SMEs and start-ups and Go Limitless are the perfect example of a successful business that has flourished in YARN.”

Ryan Prior, director and head of digital marketing at Go Limitless, added: “The facilities are great and the internet connection is second to none – which is crucial for a digital business like ours.

“We also knew we’d be able to grow into bigger space when we needed to and thanks to new contract wins and demand for our services, that’s exactly what’s happened.”

The company has plans to create a further three roles by the end of 2018.