Award-winning Bristol agency Nudge Digital has moved to brand-spanking new offices at South Plaza in Marlborough Street due to its imminent expansion plans. Nudge Digital offer bespoke web and mobile app design, along with digital marketing services. The company is on the up: its Bristol-based team has grown by 50% in the last year, while its revenues have almost doubled in the last two years.

snap-cycle-screenshotThe agency, whose Snapcycle app  (pictured right) was one of six finalists in the Bristol Green Capital Digital Challenge award, has recently employed Gemma Hood as Account Director who previously worked at Jam, the London digital agency. It plans to recruit further staff in the coming months.

Nudge are entrepreneurial, passionate about finding great solutions for their clients and are growing at an incredible pace.’

 

Gemma-Hood-Account-Director-Nudge-DigitalGemma (pictured left), who spent seven years in London working with clients such as Sky, Bupa and Tesco delivering brand strategy, mobile and social campaigns, is delighted to move closer to her South West roots.

Gemma said: ‘Nudge are a great firm to join. They are entrepreneurial, passionate about finding great solutions for their clients and are growing at an incredible pace.’

Keeping you safe online

Nudge‘s recent client wins include HM Government’s Home Office (Cyber Streetwise), the Department of Health, and HSE (Health and Safety Executive).

cyber-street-nudge-digitalWith Cyber Streetwise the Home Office wanted to help reduce online and cyber crime by encouraging the public and organisations to consider the risks of cyber crime and potential solutions they could adopt to reduce attacks on their own cyber data.

Nudge created a website with interactive features such as a personalised cyber safety to-do list for each user. A recent survey revealed 47% of IT professionals consider that government initiatives to raise awareness around cyber-security had helped them better communicate online security to their organisations.

Internationally, Nudge has opened offices in Ghana and Dubai and is looking to expand its public sector online campaign work further overseas.

“This is an exciting time for Bristol’s tech scene which is really beginning to realise its position as the UK’s tech leader”

 

The agency was founded in 2006 by two University of Bristol graduates, CEO Luke Aikman and Technical Director, Ben Organ. CEO Aikman added: ‘We are delighted to have Gemma join our fast-growing team. She’s already proving a dynamic addition. This is an exciting time for Bristol’s tech scene which is really beginning to realise its position as the UK’s tech leader.’

You can find out more about Nudge Digital by reading the company’s blog or following them on Twitter: @nudgedigital.

And to meet up-and-coming green tech companies and see what they do and how they do it, don’t miss your chance to register for innovation and investment showcase Venturefest Bristol and Bath 2015.

Jamie Middleton