Door4 turns the key to success
North West-based performance marketing agency Door4 has reported a record year for financial success in 2021 and plans further growth in the coming year.
The business, which applies digital strategies to help businesses meet and exceed commercial goals, has successfully achieved its own success with a 33% uplift in turnover and a 249% increase in profits.
Growth has resulted from Door4 almost doubling the number of businesses it works with, which include e-commerce brands and businesses needing to generate leads online. Some 80% of customers now work with the business on a long-term retained basis – up by 30% in the previous year.
Improved business stability provided by an increased number of long-term clients has enabled the business to grow and expand the team. Seven new team members have been recruited over the past 12 months, some of which are based at the company’s Manchester office re-launched in 2021.
Leon Calverley, founder and strategy director at Door4, says: “It’s brilliant to see the growth our team have achieved together over the past 12 months.
“Despite the challenges posed by uncertain times, we were determined to push forward with our ambitious plans.
“As we specialise in helping businesses reach and convert more customers, to scale their business to achieve its full potential, it’s only right that we do the same for ourselves. No cobbler’s shoes here.”
Looking forward, there’s a further three new starters due to join the team at the start of 2022 and plans to identify a new larger Manchester office to accommodate the expanding team.
Sean Dwyer, Managing Director at Door4, adds: “The key to our recent success has, and continues to be, our investment in talent. This comes through both finding great people to help us in our mission - but also training and supporting our teams’ individual growth.
“Collectively, the skill, experience and drive of the team enables us to deliver real commercial impact for our customers, and their achievements in turn, result in our own success and growth.”