At the end of last year, we onboarded our 100th consultant – up from roughly 50 in 2021. To accommodate this growth, we even had to move to larger offices. We have similar growth ambitions for 2023, and are also looking at other regions.
DigiTribe had a record year in 2022 and moved into new, in-house offices in Auderghem to accommodate its growth in November. We reached the milestone of 100 consultants at the end of the year, doubling our workforce from 2021. As a consequence, our revenue increased by 30% up to €15 million. In 2023, we are again targeting double-digit growth – by internationalizing our offering, among other things.
Three tribes as growth engine
With our consultancy services in three areas of expertise – ICT architectures and the cloud, cybersecurity, and change management and digital transition – DigiTribe is developing to the rhythm of the current wave of corporate digitisation.
DigiTribe guides clients through the realization of digital transformation plans, in which co-creation is key. It’s our consultants’ advanced expertise and individual follow-up that distinguishes us from the competition and allows us to deliver services with very high added value. In 2023, we’re again expanding our team of consultants and establishing an academy for individual growth. We have already recruited additional staff, ready to take this new step in our development.François Lecocq - CEO
To support our strong growth, DigiTribe invested heavily in operational support and sales and marketing in 2022. We onboarded new staff, implemented new sales tools and a new visual identity, and ultimately relocated to our new 500m² headquarters on Hermann-Debroux Avenue 42 in Auderghem.
Since his arrival in 2021, COO Benoit Carlier has analysed and structured our go-to-market strategy and financial processes. Benoit intends to further integrate our three tribes.
Our specializations are crystal clear. By focusing on these core services, we’re streamlining our sales approach and accelerating cross-selling. We’re also developing our commercial activities, initially at home, including opening a branch in Antwerp to be even closer to our Flemish customers. But we’re also planning a second branch in one of our neighbouring countries where we are already active.Benoit Carlier - COO