Manchester digital design studio, magneticNorth is celebrating 25% growth for the financial year 2016/17.
These results build on the previous year, when the company also saw significant double digit growth, meaning magneticNorth is now nearing high growth status.
2016/17 also saw magneticNorth double its profits against 2015/16, as part of a bold vision set out by the business in 2015 to prosper and grow. The development plan is being driven by magneticNorth’s management team, which is headed up by CEO, Lou Cordwell, operations director, Stuart Brown and creative director, Adam Todd.
magneticNorth has built up a client list that includes AutoTrader, BBC and Co-op Digital, and has a longstanding reputation for delivering digital projects for ambitious, high profile organisations.
Most recently magneticNorth designed the BFI Filmography, the world’s first complete and accurate living record of UK cinema. The project condensed over 100 years of British film history into one interactive dashboard, which means everyone - from film fans and industry professionals to researchers and students - can now search and explore British film history, for free.
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