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Marketing agency rebrands as digital growth continues

ExtraMile Communications has rebranded to Extramile Digital as part of an ambitious growth plan, which will see the Stone-based agency grow by 20 per cent over the next 12 months.

Amanada Brooke and James Roberts

The new name, new website launch and brand identity are part of Extramile Digital’s ongoing expansion. In April and May the company has successfully recruited a new social media manager, content manager, and account manager, with a further three positions in web development, sales and software development currently advertised.

Managing director Amanda Brooke comments: “The change of name to Extramile Digital better reflects our focus as a digital marketing agency.

“The rebrand also supports our drive to attract additional talent in digital marketing to our team as we continue to grow. We have several vacancies currently being advertised. We are proud to offer the chance to work on global digital campaigns for high-profile consumer and business-to-business clients, in a fast-paced, creative and collaborative environment.

“In recent years we have seen growth across our digital services – in web development and digital design, search engine optimisation, paid search and social campaigns.”

Sales and marketing director James Roberts said: “Following our management buyout in August 2021, this feels like the right time to rebrand. It’s a great opportunity to better reflect us as a business, our positioning in the market, and our values as an employer and agency partner.”

The company attributes recent expansion to a combination of increased revenue from existing clients, and a greater national presence. Clients include Garmin, Continental, EV Cargo and Fuchs Lubricants.

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