Six & Flow – the Manchester-headquartered growth agency – has reported record results for the last financial year after securing revenues of £1,962,000 which is up 71% from the previous twelve months. It is predicting revenues in excess of £3.7m for this financial year.
Established in 2015, Six & Flow also has bases in London, Dublin, Toronto and South Africa. Its 40-strong team are growth experts and deliver inbound marketing, conversational marketing, sales enablement and enterprise CRM implementation. Its core focus is on helping organisations grow their brand, audience and revenue.
It has a diverse roster of B2B tech, SaaS and professional services clients who operate in various sectors including marketing tech, fintech, recruitment tech and health tech. Longstanding clients include AdRoll, UKMail and Phaidon International.
The Six & Flow team also drives a client enablement strategy meaning that clients of the agency are equipped with the knowledge and skills to maximise their own sales, marketing and revenue operations thanks to a carefully curated and bespoke mix of Strategy, Implementation and Training services.
Over the past 12 months, the company has made a number of senior appointments to drive its growth plans including Jaeger Dyble, who joined as Head of Client Services; and Nicole Sengers, who was named Head of Delivery. Nicole is located at the agency’s hub in Johannesburg,
In 2021, the firm grew its headcount by 12 and onboarded 273 new clients both in Europe and North America.
Rich Wood, managing director of Six & Flow, said, “Like all businesses, we had to adapt quickly to the pandemic. The past two years has been a period of evolution for the business but our focus has never shifted away from being about delivering growth for our clients first and foremost. These record results are testament to our collective efforts and dedication.
Rich added, “Although we were founded in Manchester, Six & Flow is truly an international business with clients and members of the team located in multiple territories and markets. That approach has paid real dividends for us and will continue to be our strategy moving forward.”