The agency, set up by industry veteran Steven Pinnock three years ago, also increased its net profit from £1,911 in 2007 to £11,246 in 2008. However, Pinnock remains cautious about the outlook for 2009.
He said: "Last year was a fantastic year, when a lot of the work we did in building relatins during our first two years came to fruition. A lot of the business we booked in 2008 was also carried through into the beginning of this year so we had a busy start but I'm not expecting to see final figures for 2009 like we had last year. I think our results will be lower than last year but it certainly hasn't been as bad as it could have been."
Incentive business had fallen but conferences for sectors such as IT had held up well, he said.
Pinnock, who previously held senior roles at P&MM and Ambro, said his agency had benefited from being small and flexible, with only two permanent staff.
"It's a big advantage at the moment," he said. "We are a small operation and we can adapt quickly to the needs of our clients."