Glasgow tech lead generation agency Pursuit Marketing has reported a 33% growth in turnover for the financial year ending 30 June.
Revenue grew to more than £4 million compared with the £3 million for the previous financial year, 2017-18, the agency said.
The privately owned company, which is part of the 4icg Group, attributed its strong growth to increased demand from the world’s largest technology companies. It also cited continuing international expansion and steps to improve productivity including its four-day week and other notable employee benefits.
The business, which recently appointed entrepreneur Brian Williamson as its chairman, has experienced exceptional growth since receiving Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) funding last year.
The £450,000 package was granted to help Pursuit recruit scores of new staff for its headquarters in Finnieston.
The company said that the senior roles ensured Pursuit could maintain its competitive advantage and achieve its ambitious targets following the development of in-house technologies, and the introduction of a digital marketing function.
In addition, the company opened its first European office in Malaga in April this year, to help service its increasingly international roster of clients.
Pursuit now employs around 180 staff across its two sites and is seeking to recruit a further 70 employees this year.
Pursuit Marketing was the named SME Employer of the Year and the Insider Best Employer Awards in 2016.
Two years ago, it introduced a four-day week for full-time pay, which is said boosted productivity by about 30%.
Among the other benefits it offers are daily fitness classes, access to free mental health support and term-time only employment to parents who require time off during the school holidays.
Patrick Byrne, a founding director of the business, said: “We are delighted with our latest financial results, which are a testament to our hard-working team, and increased demand from our clients spanning 32 countries worldwide.
“As a result, we are now evaluating options for larger office accommodation in Glasgow, as well as additional offices in Europe and potentially the US or Canada.”