Hampshire based digital transformation agency Domain7 has increased its client base by 50% over the last eight months as it has won projects with organisations in the education and charity sectors including The University of Surrey and the charity Cycling UK. As part of this growth, it has recently appointed Chris Govias as its new Chief Design Officer. His previous roles include Head of Design at The Ministry of Justice.
These new project wins are helping to build a strong portfolio of clients and means that the UK arm of the business is already 15% over its growth target for the year. Domain7 is an established digital change agency which has been operating in Canada for over 25 years. The UK office opened in 2018 and has grown fast over the last three years picking up a range of big name clients including Imperial College, The Carbon Trust, Newcastle University and Public Health England.
Commenting, Rob Arkell, Growth Director at Domain7 said:
“The work we have won over the last eight months has really helped to cement our global reputation as digital change experts working with community serving businesses and organisations including charities, non profit organisations, social enterprises, government and education bodies. Our overriding philosophy as a business is to use our work to co-create a more empathetic world that begins with a genuine focus on the wellbeing of people and a healthy work culture. Working with sectors like charity and education allow us to do that.”
Details of new project wins include
- Working on website audits with The University of Surrey and University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UTWSD)
- Domain7 is working alongside Cycling UK as part of their digital transformation process from Drupal 7 to Drupal 9 with a focus on key integrations and accessibility upgrades for the new Cyclists Welcome site.
- Working again with Imperial College London to provide a new 2021 Commemoration Day Virtual livestream event site for a global virtual audience to watch and participate from. This work follows the successful provision of a Virtual Graduation website for an online Graduation online event held in December 2020, as well as a PostGraduate Event in May 2021.