Name: Dean Fetzer
Tel: 020 7198 7960
Address: Room 2.01, 24 Greville Street EC1N 8SS London
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Clients & Projects: 6
Average reviews rating:
No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2007
We have over twenty years experience developing websites for business and organisations, both large and small.
We know what works on the web and why. And we take time to understand your business to make the internet work for you. If you have a website, does it earn its keep? Does it make a positive contribution to your business?
We can take your website and turn it into a valuable business asset thatĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s right for your business. And, we help you get the customers you need to your site.
General location of clients:International
www.fancyapint.com - an independent guide to London pubs and bars The site now attracts around 15,000 visitors daily and traffic is still growing by 200% per year. Read More
Safer Safety sells safety clothing and equipment to industry and asked FAP Consulting to develop and host a website to promote the company and its products. Read More
First B2B produces software to help businesses integrate their computer systems with their customersĂ˘â‚¬â„˘. FAP Consulting developed First B2B's branding and built a website explaining these technically complex products and services. We also work with First B2BĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s on user interface aspec... Read More
Reviewed on 9 Apr, 2007
Excellent company offering sensible, value for money solutions. Friendly, helpful staff.... Read More
Miss S E May
Reviewed on 28 Mar, 2007
We were very pleased with our website and internet shop which is up and running and orders are coming in!! Excellent service including taking of photos for website and helping with ideas. Very happy.... Read More
— RUT RAT MX
Reviewed on 23 Mar, 2007
I found FAP responsive and clearly understood my requirements - and demonstrated a solid understanding of emerging technology as well as good design ideas and principles.... Read More
The three-and-a-half Ps of E-commerce
In conventional commerce, the "four Ps of marketing" (product, price, place and promotion) is a widely known and well-understood mantra - you won't find many businesses that don't subscribe to it. Yet when it comes to e-commerce, the application of the four Ps is often incomplete.