Vista reports rise in turnover to £16.3m

Communications and marketing agency Vista achieved a 15% rise in like for like sales to £16.3m last year, following a major restructure and rebrand.

James Wilkins, managing director of Vista
James Wilkins, managing director of Vista

Gross profit at Vista rose to £3.6m for its financial year ending 31 December 2015, boosted by new client wins and increased experiential business with a number of global brands including Mini, HP, Walmart, Vodafone, Visa and BMW. The agency has continued to work with Asda, BT and Lloyds.

These results follow the agency’s restructure and rebrand from Logistik to Vista in 2014. As a result, brand strategy and consultancy work has increased by 32%, creative and design business has risen by 35% and film work has also expanded by 18%.

Vista also acquired a 50% stake in printing company Link88 to enhance its services in 2015.

James Wilkins, managing director of Vista, told Event: "We transitioned from 2014 with a clear brand identity and brand positioning at every level of the business and we are expecting similar growth by the end of 2016. Experiential has really faciliatated our growth and we're looking to grow our client base in the tech sector going forwards." 

Comment below to let us know what you think.

For your daily hit of news from the brand experience community, weekly brand and inspiration updates or your monthly trend download, register and subscribe to Event and our bulletins.

Follow @alison_ledger

Have your say

Only registered users may comment. Sign in now or register for free.

Follow us

Latest Event Jobs