Artificial Intelligence agency, Remi AI, has won three new clients, including Unified Music, Porteño Food Group and another major, undisclosed client.
The raft of new business continues Remi AI’s growth trajectory, with revenue up 182% to date this year, following 42% revenue growth in 2017.
On the new business, Remi AI’s partner Alasdair Hamilton said: “We love seeing these medium-sized businesses focusing on AI innovation. Most of our work is with large enterprise - yet AI methods can be utilised at the smaller scale and can often deliver great benefits.”
“All of the companies we work with share our passion for innovation and we look forward to delivering powerful solutions together.”
Remi AI will work with Porteño food group on supply chain intelligence and other areas.
“We chose to work with Remi AI because they’re a uniquely intelligent company and they immediately started to dig deep into the way our business operates.” Porteño Events Manager, Charis Lynn, said.
The new business wins comes off the back of recent awards. Remi AI took home the Mumbrella Innovation award with Sparro for the AI bidding solution, AO. This platform then went on to win the Bing Innovation awards.
In addition to the new business we have taken on, Remi AI is close to announcing an upcoming partnership with a European firm, with details to be released in the coming months. The partnership will allow us to offer our AI platforms to Europe, as well as building boutique solutions for the market. This partnership marks the second time this year that Remi AI has built relationships with market leaders, earlier this year we have kicked off a joint venture with leading Sydney SEO and Paid Search Agency, Sparro.