The Merseyside based digital design and marketing firm has enjoyed an exciting year in 2017, having expanded its team, services and client base resulting in a significant increase in turnover.
Owned by Liam Bailey and Mark Ainsworth, Maxweb has expanded its already comprehensive client portfolio this year to now include national companies such as Unison (trade union), Halewood Wines & Spirits (Crabbies & Lambrini) as well as global giants such as Nike to name a few.
Director Liam Bailey said: “Since we first established Maxweb over a decade ago we have enjoyed a success run in business and 2017 has certainly been no exception. To keep Maxweb at the forefront of this competitive and fluid industry, we have undergone a total brand transformation and as part of this have expanded our service offerings and in turn, took on new recruitments to further expand the Maxweb team at our Wirral headquarters. It has been a busy 12 months to say the least but as we come to end of the year, the rewards are monumental.
"It has been a busy 12 months to say the least but as we come to end of the year, the rewards are monumental."
Director Liam Bailey
“Our brand redesign involved a totally revamped website platform and logo to really showcase what we can do. As digital branding experts looking to get other companies on the map, it is essential that we are able to lead by example, which is why we reviewed our services to now include web design, app development, branding and digital marketing to really enable us to create bespoke and tailored packages for each and every client. We offer a complete service that encompasses the entire customer journey, essential for any modern business, particularly looking forward to the year ahead.”
Maxweb’s dedicated team are skilled at bringing ideas to life, specialising in bespoke website creation which utilises user experience for a seamless customer journey. Boasting a number of highly-skilled web designers with an understanding of anything from web design and software development to mobile apps, Maxweb has the resources to turn a fluid website design into a concise mobile application.
Director Mark Ainsworth added: “After a successful 12 months, we are looking ahead to the New Year and already have some big plans in place to take the business forward in this digital age for both exciting big-name clients as well as focussing on further developing our own services and staff. There is an increasing demand for app technology and as such, this plays a huge role in our business plan for 2018. We have some impressive app development projects in the pipeline which will see us working with clients from a range of sectors including PR, legal, health and unions.”
For information please visit www.maxwebsolutions.co.uk
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