Published: 10:00, 12 November 2020
| Updated: 10:27, 12 November 2020
A digital agency has been taken over by an investment group which has vowed to grow its client base and geographical reach.
Six Two, based in Ashford, specialises in website strategy, design, development, hosting, support and optimisation, has been acquired by the Branscombe Group - a private family-owned investment group "focused on uniting and managing media businesses for long-term growth".
Founded in 2010 by Aaron Taylor and Helen Fairley, the current Six Two executive team will continue to lead the business.
Six Two will now become part of a portfolio of complementary media businesses to meet the communications challenges of the business world.
The group currently comprises of two public relations agencies, Houston and McOnie.
Peter Tracey, founder of Branscombe Group, said: "Six Two's capabilities are beyond doubt and from the moment we met them, we were impressed with their focus on delivering a fantastic client experience and their passion for empowering their customers in the world of website technology.
"This ethos is shared across the team, and it is reflected in their financial performance.
From the moment we met them, we were impressed with their focus on delivering a fantastic client experience
"Branscombe’s vision is to build a group which unites experts dedicated to delivering exceptional client service and staff wellbeing, sharing our family values. Through this simple approach we focus on achieving sustainable long-term growth.”
Co-founder of Six Two, Helen Fairley, added: “We've created one of the best digital agencies in Kent over the past decade, empowering our clients and helping them to do more with their websites than they thought possible, so we're excited to accelerate our growth and deliver on a local, regional and national scale.”