A Warwickshire digital agency has trebled in size after proving to be a huge hit with the BBC.
Fish in a Bottle, which is based at the University of Warwick Science Park Innovation Centre at the Warwick Technology Park, has gained several lucrative contracts with the Beeb.
The agency's latest project - Excuse my French - is an interactive quiz designed to accompany the BBC Two programme of the same name, which stars Ron Atkinson, Marcus Brigstocke and Esther Rantzen.
The company, which was formed in 2003, has grown rapidly during that time and has recently moved to a larger office within the Innovation Centre.
Justin Eames, managing director of Fish in a Bottle, said the company benefits from having an experienced and creative workforce.
"We founded the company in 2003, combining the talents of a team of industry veterans who have worked on projects for companies such as Sony, Eidos and LEGO," he said.
"The business has grown rapidly and in just three years we have taken the workforce up to nine people and are looking to employ a further person.
"We've got quite a lot of projects on the go at the moment and our virals are doing really well - for example - our game Spud Zone has been played 1.7 million times in around 4 months.
"The viral is a relatively new marketing tool and is the biggest thing online at the moment - from a client's point of view it offers a huge return on their investment.
"The viral game is put on the web and we usually give people an incentive in the form of a prize for entering their personal details.
"The result is that our clients gain valuable marketing data while giving the users a positive brand experience.
"We can also track the web-site to see how many people have used it, recommended it to a friend and to what level they have been exposed to any branding.
"We are now getting more and more work for the BBC, which is great. Our Christmas game - Husky Racers - topped the BBC's games chart for two years and Excuse your French is also doing very well so far."
John Barnes, manager of the Warwick Innovation Centre, said he was delighted the company has grown so rapidly.
He said: "The centre is designed to act as an incubator for technology-based businesses.
"It provides links to the University of Warwick's academic and research material and also to their services and facilities.
"I am very pleased that Fish in a Bottle are doing so well and will continue to support the company throughout its time at the centre."