Web Vitality MD Mark Farrell (right) with the firm's new eBay integration architect, James Newbert-B
Richard Bell

Stockport firm Web Vitality to double turnover in 2016

After the end of 2015 saw it acquire the fixed assets of Manchester-based digital agency Redstar.co.uk, Stockport’s Web Vitality is expecting to see its turnover double this year.

The digital services agency, which said it managed to complete all unfinished web projects “on time and on budget” after integrating Redstar’s clients into its own portfolio, has predicted its turnover to rise above the £500k mark.

The firm made the forecast due to a broadening of its services, following the acquisition, to encompass multi-channel integration services for ecommerce sites Amazon and eBay.

Commenting on Web Vitality’s prospects for the coming 12 months, managing director Mark Farrell said: “This is an excellent acquisition for Web Vitality and one that will allow the company to double its revenue to over £500k in 2016.”

Elsewhere, the firm has appointed a new eBay integration architect, James Newbert-Breen, to accelerate growth in its multi-channel business.

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