Be Media makes AFR 2017 Fast Starters list

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BeMedia_Nov2017_BLOG.jpgPerth and Sydney based digital agency, Be Media, has been included in the 2017 Australian Financial Review's Fast Starters list, coming in 48th position with revenue growth of 34.5%. The Financial Review's annual list recognizes the 100 fastest growing start-up businesses in Australia, based on revenue and revenue growth.

"We are all really humbled to receive the recognition to be placed in this list of fast growing start-ups and mostly thankful to all our loyal clients that have been the reason we have grown so fast," said CEO Jordan Fogarty said. "Being able to deliver consistent and measurable return on investment for our clients is the key factor we've been able to grow at this rate, year on year."
Earlier this year, Fogarty was also awarded as a 2017 winner in Australian Anthill's  30under30, which encourages and promotes entrepreneurship among young Australians, and recognizes outstanding entrepreneurial endeavours.

Fogarty said Be Media has experienced rapid growth thanks to a customer-centric business model, focusing first and foremost on client success. Generating high-performing, strategic campaigns has ultimately led to the success and expansion of the business.

Be Media opened their Sydney office in late 2016 and has expanded their Perth headquarters. The company has a number of other office locations currently being planned to keep up with the demand for their local presence in key growth markets.

Internally, significant investment into the internal architecture and technology has set a solid foundation for processes and procedures and has been instrumental in allowing for the growth and sustainability of the company. This investment also extends through to the cultural framework of the business. This innovation in managing people has been a key factor in retention and alignment of the right people within the agency.

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