Incognito celebrates its third anniversary with a turnover increase of over 70%.
The communications and marketing agency expanded its reference portfolio in 2022 and plans to close 2023 by reinforcing strategic areas such as branding, digital content and public relations.
Incógnito, independent communications and marketing agency, celebrates its third anniversary this January. In its last year, the company increased its turnover by more than 70%, confirming the positive trend recorded since its creation, both in terms of revenue and in the number of clients and projects.
Despite the uncertain economic context, Incógnito has managed to establish itself in the market, registering an upward trend from year to year. In the last year, the company has developed projects for over a dozen national and international companies and organisations, such as Alastria, Future Motors and Assa Abloy.
The agency, which expanded its service portfolio in 2022 to include everything from podcast production and recording to programmatic advertising campaign management, expects to grow its revenues by a further 30% this year, consolidating its position and expanding its services in strategic areas and sectors, such as branding, public relations and digital content.
“2022 has been a fantastic year both in terms of turnover and customer satisfaction. Incognito’s performance and the quality of the results obtained demonstrate the success of our approach in the Spanish market. This year we have had the opportunity to successfully help startups, multinational companies and Ibex-35 companies. There is no reason to think that next year will not be better”, says Jorge López M-C, Incognito’s Strategy Director.
At the start of its fourth year, the agency is becoming a strategic reference for business to business (B2B) and business to consumer (B2C) clients. In just twelve months, it has acquired major clients in booming sectors such as: Tourism, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Energy and Real estate, among others.
” We provide perspective and judgement in communication and marketing services. And we tell the truth. Our clients thank us for it and are benefiting from it,” adds Carlos Molina, CEO of Incógnito.