York Web Firm Celebrates Five Years in Business
7:25pm 1st May 2013
York-based web design and development company See Green is celebrating five years in business with the launch of two new websites.
The first is for PlaceShapers, an alliance of nearly 100 housing associations across the country. The website was launched yesterday (April 30) at PlaceShapers’ sixth annual conference which was addressed by Housing Minister Mark Prisk MP.
The second site is for the North Eastern Circuit which is made up of almost 1,000 barristers from across York, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, Middlesbrough, Bradford and Hull. The new site, launched today, features a secure Members’ area as well of lots of useful information about the Circuit itself.
See Green has gone from strength to strength in five years, with a move from the city’s Eco Business Centre into bigger premises in Clifton Moor.
There are now six members of staff - a far cry from when the company consisted solely of Director Dan Taylor working from home.
Dan has years of experience behind him, working for both private and public sectors. But he relished the challenge of branching out on his own and in 2008 See Green was created.
Speaking about the milestone achievement, Dan said: “The past five years have been amazing for everyone at See Green. We’ve seen the business steadily grow and we’re proud that the majority of our work comes from recommendations and referrals.
“We’ve had the pleasure of working on some really interesting and challenging projects over the past few years and we’re so pleased with the latest two sites to go live. We’re certainly all looking forward to many more successful years to come.”
The company, based in Marsden Park, predominantly offers web development services, as well as web hosting, content and copywriting, and more recently Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and social media advice. See Green also manages more than 500 domain names for clients.
With nearly 300 websites under their belts, the team at See Green are used to getting the job done and have worked on a range of private and public sector sites, from businesses large and small to NHS and educational organisations.
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