Name: Tom Horton
Tel: 08000 235055
Address: The Poplars, Little Green, Broadwas WR6 5NH Worcester
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Clients & Projects: 9
Average reviews rating:
Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2012
Our knowledge and expertise means that we can create sophisticated websites, without the need for expensive software, therefore we can pass on this saving to our customers.
Industry SectorsProfessional Services, Other, Not for profit / Charity, IT, Tourism & Travel, Sports & Leisure
Tends to work withPrivate Company, Non-profit Organisation, Entrepreneur, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME)
General location of clients:UK
Reviewed on 1 Aug, 2013
Very Helpful, and extremely patient as i required things to be changed from day to day. Great value for money website and can still ask them to change things once we went live. Very Professional, and friendly to work with as i can... Read More
— Planet Goalkeeper
Reviewed on 10 Jul, 2013
This company was recommended to me by a friend & they did not disappoint, fantastic price very helpful and always on the end of the phone to help, i would advise any company that is looking for a website or has a existing website ... Read More
— the grafix studio
Reviewed on 11 Jun, 2013
We had decided that we needed a new website and Irinika Media were recommended to us. Tom was very easy to deal with and within a very short period of time a new site was created. Nice fresh and easy to navigate. We are very... Read More
— White Rose Aviation Ltd
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Innovative, affordable, here to help!
Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : We hope to have lots more clients, who have experienced (and are happy with) our services. We are a newly established company so we have a lot of work to do. It is our commitment to gain this trust and positive reputation through our excellent work.
Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : We came up with the name due to personal connections with Greece. One particular part was so peaceful, we looked up the Greek translation for "peaceful", and "Irinika" was the result.