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Hello Earth targets highest ever £1.35m 2024 revenues

Hello Earth, the Liverpool-based performance-driven digital agency specialising in serving socially responsible brands, is forecasting that it will achieve its highest ever revenues by the end of 2024.

The firm is on track to hit £1.35m, up from just under £1.1m last year and £755k in 2022.

One the biggest drivers in its financial forecasting is the demand for the services that are delivered by its Consciously Creative division. Consciously Creative is a bespoke, creative content studio that operates under the Hello Earth umbrella. Its focus is on developing performance creative assets -including user/creator generated content, video, statics and animation – primarily for Hello Earth’s roster of integrated clients who retain its social and search advertising, email and SEO teams. Consciously Creative can also work with brands independently.

Consciously Creative is expected to turnover around £310k this year. In 2023 that figure stood at £272k and in 2022 it was £96k.

Some of the brands serviced jointly by Hello Earth and Consciously Creative include: Boot Buddy, McQueens Dairies, Ocean Saver and Branwyn. Over the past few months, Everyday Oil, Drinkwell, Little KoKos and Huel have also been retained.

Stephanie Fisher, founder and director, said: “Despite some turbulent economic headwinds, we have delivered continuously for our clients and that is reflected in these forecasts. Our core business is the delivery of paid and organic integrated campaigns, but thanks to the huge demand from our clients for creative content, it’s been fantastic to see how much value Consciously Creative is now adding.

She added: “I think that trajectory will continue as more brands realise that combining up to date media buying knowledge with creative vision and strategy results in commercial growth.”

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