Penryn-based copywriting agency Radix Communications has reported recession-beating financial growth in 2010.
In the company’s third year of trading, ended November 30, turnover grew 31% from the previous year, to £103k.
In the early part of the financial year, during a period that saw many businesses making redundancies, Radix expanded its team with the appointment of Matt Godfrey as account manager. It now has two full-time employees and one part-time project manager.
Godfrey has now been promoted to account director and the company expects to hire another full-time copywriter during 2011 as business continues to grow.
Radix provides copywriting, design and translation services to multinational enterprise technology vendors and their marketing agencies. Its clients include Oracle Corporation and Pitney Bowes Business Insight.
Company director and founder Fiona Campbell-Howes commented: “We’ve been lucky to have been insulated from the recession because our client companies conduct a lot of business in emerging markets such as China, India and Latin America, and thus haven’t been affected to a very great extent by the downturn.
“The enterprise technology sector is seeing some robust growth at the moment and I am confident this will result in increased business for Radix during 2011,” she added.