Six & Flow acquires Digitl and targets £7.5m turnover by 2022

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Manchester-based marketing agency Six & Flow has acquired e-Commerce and web system development agency Digitl.

Digitl was founded in 2015 by Darren Ratcliffe, who now joins Six & Flow as a director, with the entire Digitl team making the transition.

Six & Flow founder Rich Wood said: “By combining our marketing nous with Digtl’s technical team, the acquisition will allow us to deliver increasingly technical integrations, bigger development projects and more innovative solutions.

“It’s a compelling proposition for existing and prospective clients. It’s our ambition to increase our international client base over the next 18 months.”

Ratcliffe added: “There are a lot of parallels between Six & Flow and Digitl having both started out at the same time. We’ve worked well together on projects over the past three years, share similar values and I admire the strong culture Six & Flow has built its reputation on.

“Our clients have welcomed the announcement and the fact they can access a wider range of marketing services. To say I’m excited by the opportunity would be an understatement. This deal is transformative for our team, clients and the future of the business.”

The company will now have a combined headcount of 19 and is targeting sales of £7.5 million by 2022.