Evoluted, the Sheffield-based, full digital marketing agency, has announced a restructure, with key leadership changes and founder and former MD Ash Young stepping back. Since founding the agency in 2006, Ash has grown Evoluted to over 40 people in offices in Sheffield, London, Birmingham, and Manchester. The agency’s work to date has included clients SCARPA, Green Flag, AMRC, the University of Sheffield, and Talasey Group. They have also won multiple awards, including most recently the Prolific North 2022 Large Digital Agency of the Year.[intro-text]
Taking up the mantle of joint Managing Directors are former Technical Director, Sam Biggins, and former Marketing Director Giorgio Cassella. Ash, who will be retaining a business development role at the agency, said, “Sam and Giorgio have stepped up over the last few months and have taken Evoluted to the next level. We have an amazing team in place and brilliant clients; I can’t wait to see where they take us over the next few years.”
Evoluted, sponsors of the bi-monthly Digital Marketing Meetup, are proud of their Sheffield heritage and what makes the company special. Sam says, “Since joining Evoluted back in 2016 it has always felt like a company I could be proud to work for. This has not changed as we have grown from 12 people to 40 over recent years and our people and clients will continue to be at the heart of Evoluted for years to come. We have some incredible achievements to show for its first 16 years and I am excited and honoured to lead this incredibly talented team.”
“To be trusted to lead the agency forward and to do so at the age of 30 is a huge personal achievement,” said Giorgio. “The breadth of services we’re now offering across the digital spectrum, combined with a growing client portfolio of over 100 brands from global businesses to new disruptors, showcases Evoluted’s growth over recent years and presents an amazing opportunity to continue developing our talent and what they can offer.”
You can keep up to date with the latest Evoluted news through their blogs here.