A fast-growing digital consultancy has announced plans to triple turnover to £6.75m in the next three years and recruit over 80 new employees. Tribus Digital aims to become a European leader in digital transformation projects.
In recent months, the consultancy has delivered major projects in the construction, finance and technology sectors and was recognised as one of Europe’s 1000 fastest-growing companies in the FT 1000: the annual list of Europe’s fastest-growing companies. It currently employs 40 people at its headquarters in central Leeds.
Tribus Digital has launched a new brand identity to position itself for expansion and support recruitment. It also plans to launch a series of new digital products and services over the coming months to support its customers’ requirements for an integrated approach to technology.
Commenting on the plans, Dom Smith, director at Tribus, said: “It’s been a long journey to get to this point, but our new brand is a statement of intent to the market as we aim to triple the size of the business in the next three years.
“We construct digital solutions to solve complex problems for businesses, and our new brand communicates our confidence as a team to deliver industry-leading advice and project delivery that makes a significant difference to our client’s operations.”
The consultancy works with enterprise-level clients to build apps and bespoke software that make businesses more productive and creates websites and digital content to improve how customers interact with them.
Laura Ellis, director, commented: “Tribus has grown to become an award-winning digital consultancy that has worked with the largest companies in the UK. However, we are an ambitious bunch and excited about our next stage of expansion in the UK and overseas.”
Tribus Digital works with companies including; Willmott Dixon, John Adams, SIG, and Lendlease to implement new technology.
Adam Spry, director, concluded: “The pandemic pushed many organisations to review their digital transformation plans. Our holistic approach to delivering projects is proving popular as companies seek answers to problems rather than simply the creation of software or data management.”