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Consenna has revealed it is on course to break through the £10m revenue barrier and has plans for international expansion.
The consulting and digital development agency works with a host of household names across the IT industry, including HP, Lenovo, Microsoft and Fujitsu, helping them to build programmes that channel partners can engage with.
A recent example of its importance to vendors was its role in spearheading the delivery of the HP for Education trade-in programme. Consenna gave an update on the scheme’s progress back in June, revealing that 500 more schools had registered, a 30% increase.
Last year, the business set itself the target of getting past £2m turnover and managed to come in with more than £3m. It is now on track to keep the growth going in the current financial year. Despite the pandemic, the firm has recruited four more staff since April.
“During the past year, we have significantly grown our pipeline of programmes focused on the UK technology market and have been excited to expand overseas,” said Trevor Evans, managing director of Consenna. “This is a trend we foresee continuing and, as such, we will be recruiting bilingual team members to ensure our reputation for outstanding customer service and proven outcomes is maintained.
“In the near term, we will continue to manage overseas projects from our UK base. However, we fully expect to hire on the ground in the relevant territories as these projects expand. We never settle, never compromise and never take our customers’ trust for granted, least of all in the current climate. There is more good news around our customer growth to come shortly.”
Evans has been with the business since last year, but said he was confident when he joined that the existing team could deliver more – and they had delivered.
He has not been the only newcomer at Consenna, with Nora Wicks and James Fitch joining as client directors in spring this year.