We’re always excited when the postman/woman or Mr or Mrs Courier arrives at our doors with a new parcel. Especially when that parcel contains freshly printed business cards that we’ve designed for our clients. In this case we were delighted to take delivery of our business cards for our friends at People Business Psychology.
These lovely cards can with special gold foil detailing on the front at back which combined perfectly with PBP’s Red, Black and Gold branding.
We’ve just launched the website and business branding for South East London and Kent based Veterinary Physiotherapist, Melissa Ewing.
Melissa approached us after seeing our work for Sara Hughes Veterinary Physiotherapy and asked us to provide her newly focused business (Melissa previously owned the successful, Poppets Pet Services) with a fresh brand and website.
If you would like to find out more about how we can help your business or venture, whether its through web design, marketing, branding, bid writing, health and safety or compliance (any/or!) then please do get in touch!
We’re delighted to launch the new website for Sara Hughes Veterinary Physiotherapy – Sara provides outstanding equine & animal massage and physiotherapy treatments throughout Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire and beyond. This project also involved the design of a new business logo and new social media branding including Facebook cover images. You can check out the new website here.
We’ve worked with ChemQuip Pools for many years supporting them with services including website maintenance and IT support.
We were recently commissioned by ChemQuip to design new flyers to promote the Bournenmouth business’ shop which sells swimming pool supplies at excellent value prices.
Its fair to say that this shop is one of Bournemouth’s best kept secrets. When pool owners make the discovery, they keep coming back for the outstanding service and advice provided as well as the excellent range of products.
Here are the final designs….
To find out more about ChemQuip Pools, just visit here….
It’s a question that was asked several times throughout the staff day in which Laura and Rob shared their first engagements with many Community First staff (having primarily been working with the Charity’s Senior Management Team up to this point).
For each person, the answer was different – but the outcome was often the same… Many people…. many families, are given access to help and support that they usually would never have access to.
Giving back and helping those less fortunate around us is something we should all be doing more and better.
Community First is a local Wiltshire charity that touches several aspects of rural Wiltshire from providing care and support for the elderly and vulnerable, to providing activities for skills development for the young to providing local transport links to make services more accessible for residents living in hard to reach communities.
Taking part in the staff day, engaging Community First staff allowed us not only to learn more about the Charity, but also the challenges (such as skills shortages, awareness and funding) and the opportunities available to leave a real legacy in social development in our local communities.
A fantastic day, full of insight – setting the road map for building brighter futures for our communities.
Interested in finding out more? Get in touch! It’s great to talk!