Evolved Search
David Watts, Tom Etherington and Ian McIntosh.
Rebecca Wayman

Newcastle digital marketers on track to create nearly 50 jobs for North East

Evolved Search has set out new growth plans to create 45 new jobs within the next three years.

The Newcastle-based digital markeitng agency is said to be on track to achieve a 70 per cent increase in revenue, following on from 2018, and could hit the £2m mark by the end of this year.

The team has also grown by 10 extra members, taking the headcount to 31. The group is aiming to increase revenue by a major 270 per cent by August 2022, with the hope that it will employ over 100 people within the next five years.

Ian McIntosh, Evolved Search’s managing director, said: “We’ve had a fantastic five years of trading and our growth over the past two years has shown that our specialist service offering is something that businesses are very keen to utilise.

“In the past year, we’ve won work from household brands and picked up industry awards for our campaigns. It’s been great to reflect on our successes, redefine our growth plans, and outline our vision, and we’re all excited about what the future holds.”

Tom Etherington, operations director, added that the plans should enable the company to bring in more specialist staff members and provide career opportunities in marketing.

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