Manchester-based eCommerce and marketplace specialist Digitl is celebrating several new client wins at the start of its second year in business.

The agency, which has a team of 14 and expanded into Virginia House in Ancoats earlier this year, has helped marine and engineering services provider James Fisher and Sons take its first steps into eCommerce,

It has also built a new Magento eCommerce website for ethical fashion brand Rock on Ruby. Other new client wins include Opro Group and Micro Scooters.

"Our second birthday has marked some serious business growth for Digitl and we have been busy expanding our client base across a wide range of sectors,” said founder Darren Ratcliffe.

"We work with our clients across the whole lifecycle of online retail – from designing Magento eCommerce sites and stories, enabling marketplace integration, ebay store design and management.

"We are also focusing on international growth with clients and have applied to the Department for Trade and Industry for funding to run a series of webinars in early 2018.

"Digitl has some exciting plans for next year and we are looking forward to seeing them develop."

Digitl was also recently shortlisted for a number of awards, including Talk of Manchester Business Awards and Best Financial Services website with client Money Seed at the Northern eCommerce Awards earlier this month.

The agency’s work was acknowledged for delivering growth and revenue for an innovative new crowd investment funding platform.