53. OneFifty Consultancy

The innovative digital marketing consultancy using data-driven insights to get results for its customers.

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Founder: Katie Buckett and Alex Pearmain
Founded: 2016
Website: onefiftyconsultancy.com

We live in a new world, where the eternal question of what consumers want is answerable – if only you could sift through and decode mountains upon mountains of opaque data.

That’s where OneFifty Consultancy comes in. This company uses data and well-honed behaviour models to work out exactly what your firm should do (and not do) online to get the best results possible.

They've worked with Airbnb, Mazda, and Toby Carvery, to mention just a few.

From generating sales leads for accounting software to encouraging people to test drive a new electric car, Katie Buckett and Alex Pearmain’s independent, cutting-edge consultancy can help practically any business.

They've worked with Airbnb, Mazda, and Toby Carvery, to mention just a few.

So, if you want to improve your brand recognition, promote your company with influencer marketing, or just create a social media presence worth writing home about, OneFifty Consultancy can help bring your firm into the 2020s.

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