We’ve Come a Long Way in a Short Time
Ayima.com started life in 2002 as a Search Engine. The crawling and indexing technology built by our founders still exists as the core of the cutting-edge tools we offer our clients today.
After honing their SEO skills in the ultra-competitive gaming market, Mike Nott, Mike Jacobson, Tim Webb and Rob Kerry relaunched Ayima as a specialist Search consultancy in 2007.
Just a few years later the business was recognised as one of the fastest growing tech companies in the UK and Europe by The Sunday Times Tech Track, and one of the largest independent digital agencies by Econsultancy.
But we didn’t stop there. Our proprietary software and client referrals have helped Ayima become a global digital powerhouse. We now employ over 100 experts across 5 countries.
The Best People in the Business
Ayima is home to some of the world's most respected Search experts who are dedicated to deliver exceptional work.
Our clients have direct access to senior-level specialists. Their expertise, our bespoke technology, and a practical approach to problem solving makes us a valuable partner.
We wouldn’t be where we are without exceptional support from client services, design, dev, media and content teams.
Our family ethos means everyone has an opportunity to have their say, and play a major part in shaping the future of the business.Management UK Team US Team
On the Hunt for New Talent
As the industry develops, so does our need for exceptional employees. Ayima offers a support structure and working environment that encourages senior staff to share their knowledge throughout the business. Structured training and development programmes help nurture talent so everyone in the team can excel in their role.Our Latest Vacancies
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