Digital marketing agency, King Kong, has once again been recognised as Australia’s fastest growing digital marketing agency, placing 17th on the Australian Financial Review’s (AFR) Fast Starters List.
Having made the list for the third time since the business started in 2014, King Kong has defied all expectations as it finds itself up 11 places from its 28th placement in 2018.
In the past year, King Kong’s staggering achievements include 90% revenue growth, with revenue of over $12.5m. The team has diversified its client base internationally and grown its staff strength to 55 to keep pace with the rapid growth. Today King Kong is valued at $30 million with a three-year growth rate of 314 per cent, has 65 staff members in its shiny new Melbourne office and attracts thousands of new clients each month.
“We firmly believe the art of winning is a science, and real insights and numbers are our firepower. Our ROI-driven approach has been the King Kong difference, and it has allowed us to stand out and attract our growing client base in a very fragmented market. If your agency can’t give you solid information about what your hard-earned ad dollars are doing, you should kill the relationship immediately,” said King Kong’s founder and CEO, Sabri Suby [feature image].
“We can literally show and track ROI so it’s easier to give clients the confidence they need to increase budgets when more revenue is guaranteed. As such, King Kong has grown with our clients, which has been a huge contributor to our rapid growth.
“We’re honoured to be back on the AFR’s Fast Starters list for the third time,” said Suby. “Our philosophy has seen us completely disrupt the digital marketing space and King Kong’s continued success is living proof that real ROI is exactly what businesses want. Businesses that want to grow, and grow fast, come to us.”
King Kong’s service includes SEO, CRO, PPC, Facebook Advertising, web design and marketing automation. In addition to its core offerings, King Kong has also recently launched Quantum GrowthTM, a training program for service businesses to learn how to rapidly scale using proven funnels, frameworks and scientific customer acquisition.
“At King Kong, we are big believers in adding true value to the marketplace. Regardless of whether or not we’re signing up clients, we want to find ways to make other businesses sell more effectively. The Quantum GrowthTM is a result of hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of research, production, testing and fine-tuning, and it is an effective selling system for anyone selling service for a fee,” Suby added.
King Kong’s impressive client list spans a wide variety of industries both locally and internationally, and includes Metricon Homes, Nimble, Marshall White, Slater + Gordon, KX Pilates, Hockingstuart, Raine and Horne, Pavement Brands, F45, and The Jim’s Group among many others.
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