Bristol PR agency sees revenues grow by a third over 12 months

Bristol based B2B and corporate communications specialist Ambitious  has reported annual revenue growth of 33 per cent.

The agency, which is on track to make £2.2m revenue in 2024 is poised for future growth with several strategic hires and an internal promotion.

Laura Lear has been appointed as deputy managing director to support the next phase of agency development, and lead on corporate PR and strategic comms.

Laura, whose career has seen her work with industry giants Edelman, McCann and most recently tech specialist, Hotwire, brings over 20 years’ experience to the Ambitious management team.

Also joining the 25 strong team is Amy Ferrier, in a newly created position as production manager to further build and strengthen the agency’s content studio.

Luke Allsop joins as a tech specialist PR Consultant, deepening the agency’s tech PR expertise.

Associate director Dani Andres has been promoted to the role of campaigns and community director, which will see her focus on continuing the agency’s purpose driven work.

Ambitious has recently added PeopleCert, Greece’s first unicorn business to its client portfolio, as well as care providers, The Good Care Group and cloud marketplace, Pax8.

The agency has also won a string of awards in the first six months of the year, bringing home Bristol’s best employer award at the Bristol Life awards 2024, and was featured in The Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2024. Co-owner & Director Sarah Woodhouse said: “We’ve seen healthy growth during a time of economic uncertainty, bucking trends in our market. We attribute this to the loyalty of our team and clients and our diversification into content and strategic communications to offer holistic and integrated communications services.”

Founded in 2012, Ambitious recently ranked at 61 in the UK in PR Week’s top 150 B2B agencies. Its core sectors include tech, healthcare and social care, education and skills, professional and financial services and in the public sector.