Posted on November 7, 2017 by staff

Reason Digital celebrates rapid growth in first half


Reason Digital has experienced a strong first six months of the financial year to 31st July 2017, reporting billing of approximately £1million.

An increase in project work and new contracts with the likes of Age UK and the BBC means that the digital social enterprise is already surpassing its target for the year.

These results follow a strong six months for the Manchester-based company, whose recent successes include building on its existing client base in London after opening a new office there.

It also appointed former assistant director of digital at Breast Cancer Care, Jo Wolfe, as its managing director.

The company also expanded its Manchester headquarters during the last six months and continues to boost its team in the North.

Reason Digital’s success this year has been highlighted in the most recent Parliamentary Review, where the company features alongside the Prime Minister and a small number of organisations in the technology industry that are used to showcase best practice to the public and private sector.

Matt Haworth, co-founder at Reason Digital, said: “We’ve had an extremely positive first half. We are continuing to attract and retain some of the brightest minds in the industry, and the expansion of our teams in both Manchester and London has meant that we’re able to have a positive impact on even more organisations.

“These results are testament to the fact that the team is constantly striving to push the boundaries of digital innovation and deliver the best results for our clients, nationally.”