Sarah Beeny’s Tepilo agency says it intends to more than double its size in the next six months and cites Purplebricks as confirmation of how far the online sector has come.
“We’ve appointed a new chief executive officer, Nick Charnock, amongst some other key senior management hires and are leveraging this experience to enter an exciting period of expansion. We are working with our key investment partner, the Northern and Shell Media Group, to build a brand new national multi-channel marketing campaign, harnessing their strength as a major force in British media to reach more customers and communicate the benefits of selling with Tepilo” says a statement from Beeny.
She says her agency is on course to achieves its “ambitious” - if unspecified - 2016 sales targets and have helped thousands of customers save thousands of pounds in fees by combining expert knowledge about marketing with the “ever-developing technology that makes online the place to be.”
In a reference to recent announcements by Countrywide and Savills regarding online marketing, Beeny says: “Others are recognising this now, but we are well-established with a strong business model, and are continuing to grow. Our levels of profitability and rapid growth means that the future certainly looks bright for Tepilo and the sector as a whole.”
She says yesterday’s figures from Purplebricks are a confirmation of how far the online sector has come.