Name: John Langer
Address: 13 Noble Avenue, Irthlingborough NN9 5UZ Wellingborough
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Clients & Projects: 9
Average reviews rating:
Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2007
We pride ourselves in treating each customer as if they were the only ones we have. We hold your hand right through from first contact to final launch of your website. Keeping up to date with all the latest developments in web implementation helps to keep us ahead of the competition.
Industry SectorsNot for profit / Charity, Retail, Building & Construction, Public Sector, Other
Tends to work withNon-profit Organisation, Private Company, Public Sector
General location of clients:Europe
Cardiff Men's Convention
Cardiff Menâ€™s Convention grew out of a vision for an event in South Wales that would encourage Christian men from across the various denominations in their walk of faith and their witness for Christ. We aim to achieve this in the following ways: * Presenting a biblical view of manhood ... Read More
Billericay Baptish Church
Baptist Church in Billericay, Essex, who wanted a new vibrant interactive website to not only tell the local community about themselves but also to allow the membership to feel part of the church through a members portal. Read More
DEA Learning provide online courses at a minimum of one hour towards DEA's Continued Professional Development / Life Long Learning (CPD/ LLL) at the fraction of the cost of other course providers. Read More
Reviewed on 6 Sep, 2011
We have been very pleased with the work done for us by Arooney. Communications have been excellent and we always get a quick reply to any queries. We worked together on designs and layout suggestions and this was a very easy p... Read More
Reviewed on 27 Aug, 2010
I was able to work well with the designer and communication between us was good. All requests were considered and where my suggestions were a little unrealistic they did their best get as near to what I wanted. I was included an... Read More
— Waltham Abbey Town Council
Reviewed on 27 Aug, 2010
With no IT experience and a small business to run, I spoke to a number of companies about designing our websites. For me, Arooney Ltd stood out as the company to work with for many reasons. Not only was I given ample time and effo... Read More
— Power Energy Assessors Ltd
Do I need a website?
The answer, quite frankly, is yes and no. It all depends on what your business is all about. If you have one hot dog stand, pitched in a regular spot week in week out and you get all your business from passing trade, then you probably don't need one. If, on the other hand, you have a desire to rent your hot dog stand out at parties or functions then how will your potential clients know of you without one? So, in that case, yes, you need one.