A new start up business 'Lawns Matter' read some of our Facebook reviews and contacted us to have a chat to see what we could do for them. Well they needed something quick (as all new start ups do) so we sorted out their domain name and created a holding page. Next we sorted out their logo and brand. We then designed and printed flyers and business cards. These cards are printed on 400gsm card and matt laminated both sides, they ooze sophistication and quality. Best of all they only cost £40 for 250. Now we are working on a full website and the letterheads. If you need help with your start up business contact us and see how we can help. You might like to view some of other work or services#SmallBusinessTopTip - think of your business name and register it (if available) before you do anything else.
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Three out of every four small and medium sized businesses use digital marketing to attract new customers. This is because it is now a necessary part of running a marketing campaign. The internet has changed the marketing industry, making it easier for businesses to find ways to reach customers in new markets than ever before.
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Website design and development for a large pharma company in Oxfordshire. The main features of the site were to allow users to register for a trade account or as retail customers. It wasn’t the usual wholesale customer as no minimum purchase is required. Certain products can either be sold exclusively in the UK and some […]