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Designaweb (BSE) Ltd

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Design-A-Web provides the complete solution to promote your business & products throughout the world wide web.

Languages Spoken: English

Employees: 6-10 Established: 2006 Joined: 2007

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Design-A-Web provides the complete web solution for small to medium sized businesses offering a wide range of services to promote your business & products throughout the world wide web.

Based in Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk, East Anglia we provide a whole range of services to local & national customers from IT support to web design & business promotional services.

Design-A-Web differs from larger web design organisations by providing a complete personal service from the start to finish of each project enabling your company to get the right image and target audience within your product sector.

Industry Sectors

Manufacturers & Engineers, IT, Professional Services, Recruitment, Retail, Other, Sports & Leisure, Health & Beauty, Tourism & Travel, Financial & Legal, Food & Drink, Not for profit / Charity, Consumer Services, Entertainment, Media & Communication, Building & Construction, Automotive

Tends to work with

Entrepreneur, Corporation / Public Company, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Startup, Non-profit Organisation, Private Company

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Printer: Printing Newmarket
SEO expert: Suffolk Web Design
Hosting company: Web Hosting 4 South Africa

Recent Projects

  • Showing World

    Showing World

    Showing World is the specialist magazine dedicated to the world of showing and the breeding of show horses and ponies. Each A4 glossy magazine is packed with news, show reports, profiles, informative articles, society news, competitions and giveaways, as well as the latest news on products and servi... Read More

  • Goo Gone

    Goo Gone

    Goo Gone® is America’s top selling range of cleaning products and they’re now available to the South African market. Known for removing even the toughest stains and greasiest goo, these household cleaning products have made the arduous task of scrubbing stains an absolute pleasure. Read More

  • First Call Traffic Management

    First Call Traffic Management

    First Call offer a wide range of traffic management services to the Highways Agency, Local Authorities, contractors, utilities and event management. They also offer sector scheme training, traffic management training, health and safety training as well as Driver CPC including PCV and LGV training. Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 16 Jul, 2014
    Company recommended by reviewer Over the last 15 years we have built our business on website presence which has been the key to our continual growth as a water feature specialist company. After my friend and guru who looked after the website for many years moved...  Read More

    Mike Tillett
    — Tills Innovations Ltd

  • Reviewed on 4 Jul, 2014
    Company recommended by reviewer Having been let down by my previous web design and SEO company I decided to have a meeting with Designaweb with a view to turning my website around and saving my online marketing business. I was immediately impressed with the...  Read More

    Maxine Broadhurst
    — Ad Marketing

  • Reviewed on 18 Jan, 2014
    Company recommended by reviewer I would definitely recommend Darrell and his team at Designaweb. They helped me create an eye-catching logo and a website, about which I regularly receive comments that it is clear and easy to navigate. No request is too muc...  Read More

    Julie McDonald
    — Julie McDonald Family Law


Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Creative, Professional, Original, Innovative, Friendly

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : With a happy team and very happy customers!

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