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Climb Online Announces Expansion into South East Asia 5 Months After Being Acquired By xDNA Group

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Climb Online opens office in South East Asia

Leading London-based digital marketing agency, Climb Online, has unveiled its expansion into South East Asia just 5 months after being acquired by global digital agency, xDNA Group.

Specialists in SEO, paid media, social media, and email marketing, Climb Online boasts a growing client portfolio of household brands including TM Lewin, HERA, and Imagine Cruising.

Its international expansion into South East Asia represents a major milestone for the business and is underpinned by the opening of a new 5000 square foot office in Manila, The Philippines.

Located in Makati City, the business district of Manila, the new Climb Online Philippines office will play a pivotal role in driving the agency’s global expansion and will be supported by local young talent – with the city home to one of the largest pools of technology and digital marketing graduates in the world.

Mark Wright, founder and shareholder of Climb Online, commented: “It was always my ambition to expand the Climb Online brand globally and now, as part of the highly successful and ambitious xDNA group, we are accelerating our plans”.

Michael Bush, Managing Director of Climb Online added: “Not only do we have access to a huge pool of extremely talented young people in an exciting area of the world, but the new office also has excellent international transport links and provides a gateway into Southeast Asia and Australasia for further international growth.”

 “We have already started a big recruitment drive in the region and intend to recruit 20-30 new employees in February and March with the senior management team already in place.”

Formed by techpreneurs Mark Chambers and Richard Mavers in 2019, xDNA interactive was initially established as a web design and development agency.

The company has experienced rapid growth over the past four years, with xDNA now focusing on complex design and build software engineering projects across a variety of technologies. This includes website build, content creation, ecommerce storefront implementation, device application design and build as well as complex enterprise software projects.

Richard Mavers, the Group’s CEO and Co-founder commented: “Our business growth has exceeded even our most ambitious plans.

The combination of xDNA and Climb Online is compelling, expanding us to over 130 people globally and creating one of the largest full service digital marketing and software agencies in the UK. We have bold expansion plans to take the Group global through further acquisitions and organic growth, with this being the first step of our growth strategy – watch this space.”

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