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Little Rock Digital Firm Few Acquires Perch, a Similar Agency

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Little Rock digital product design and development firm Few has acquired a similar firm in Little Rock, Perch.

The acquisition of Perch was announced by Zack Hill, Few’s CEO and a partner in the agency, which he noted was recently named to Inc. magazine’s list of 5,000 most successful companies in the nation. It acquired Perch, he said, in its continuing focus on growth, talent, company culture and services.

He praised Perch, and CEO Ryan Bird, for taking a similar approach. Both firms were founded in 2014 to serve a growing market in digital product design and development services. Perch’s portfolio includes local clients like Rock Dental Brands and the Wright Lindsey Jennings Law Firm, as well as national brands Galvanize, McDonald’s and GoDaddy, according to a news release.

“We have always had a ton of respect for Ryan Byrd and the Perch team and we’ve kept a close eye on their growth, aligning well with Few’s culture and ability to deliver quality web products,” Hill said in the release. “While Few works with clients across the country, we believe that our work in both central and northwest Arkansas is the foundation of our success and this is simply a step to continue building on that foundation.”

Byrd also praised the union, saying Perch has always had a mission of “doing what’s right” and delivering a seamless experience for clients.

“I knew there was really only one group that I felt comfortable coming in and getting involved with our clients, and that was Few,” said Byrd, Perch’s founder and former owner. “We’ve provided a lot of great work for our clients but I honestly see this as an opportunity for many of these clients to level-up due to the broader service offerings from Few.”

Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed. Both firms were privately held. Some Perch team members will be joining Few, but Byrd will not. According to the release, he will be pursuing a new endeavor.

Hill said most of Perch’s existing clients will move to Few, and that there are future plans for the Perch brand. “I encourage interested parties to stay tuned as this is only the first step in something exciting for Perch. For now though, Few has been in touch with all Perch clients and has hit the ground running with many of them.” Hill said.

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