This firm specialises in creating digital products, such as mobile and web apps, for brands. Its projects include devising touchscreens in Homebase stores so shoppers can customise Dulux paint colours, and working with Chivas Regal to develop an online platform for the whisky maker’s $1m social entrepreneurship competition. Started in 2008 by Bill Brock, 40, and Matt Dyke, 39, London-based AnalogFolk increased turnover to £11.4m in 2014. Driven by demand from global brands, including Malibu and Canon, it has opened sister offices in America, Australia and Hong Kong.

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Company details
Year2015
Rank38
CompanyAnalogFolk
ActivityDigital marketing agency
LocationCentral London
Average 3 year sales growth75.57%
Latest sales £000s11,363
Staff95
Founded2008
Websitewww.analogfolk.com

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