A Cornish company is on target to achieve a 75% increase on last year’s turnover, despite the current economy.
Established 13 years ago, Falmouth-based 20/20 experienced its busiest ever month in March.
With its financial year ending in July, the business has nearly doubled its turnover in the past year, providing graphic and interior design and build to clients throughout the UK and beyond.
MD Jaimie Sibert believes the reasons for 20/20’s increase in turnover are straightforward. He said: “We have invested in and focussed on our marketing which has helped new clients to find us in the first place.
“Expanding the team has given us a broader overall skillset and a variety of experience to bring to the new projects. More than this, though, we have consistently met – and frequently exceeded – our clients’ expectations. This in turn has produced some extremely valuable recommendations.”
In recent months, the majority of 20/20’s work has been in the visitor experience sector for museums, tourist attractions and galleries as they prepare for the tourism season and focus on ways to attract increasingly high visitor numbers.
Recent projects include exhibition build at Heartlands, retail design and fit-out for Royal Cornwall Museum, alongside work with Tate St Ives and Land’s End.