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Snap Frost

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A fast, flexible, professional service offering a wide range of websites with a focus on quality.

Languages Spoken: English

Employees: 1-5 Established: 2010 Joined: 2010

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A high quality web design service crafting websites for companies that need a web presence which can function perfectly the way they need it to. We offer extensive options to guarantee a website that's up to specification, as well as comprehensive after care and Search Engine Optimization options. If your company wants to improve its image on the internet, this is the service you need.

Industry Sectors

Entertainment, Media & Communication

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General location of clients:

England - primarily in and around London

Content Management System:

We offer our CMS as standard to all clients, along with personalised support from our team to ensure their websites continue meet requirements and run efficiently long after we finish working on them.

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Accountant: Andrew Webster Limited
Lawyer: Bargate Murray
Hosting company: Designed Websites

Recent Projects

  • Dan Browne

    Dan Browne

    One of London's foremost DJ's, Dan browne enjoys great success working at high end London clubs, including much celebrity work. His website was updated to better reflect his outstanding work. Read More

  • Ellie Bartlett

    Ellie Bartlett

    A talented wildlife photographer looking to promote her work with a professional online presence Read More


Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Efficient, Professional, Friendly, Knowledgeable, Flexible

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : Well as I'm sure anyone in business would say - I hope we will be enjoying great success! But it is still very early days for us, anything could happen, so we'll have to wait and see.

Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : It was a fairly random suggestion that was just thrown out there amongst a whole host of others. In the end it was the randomness that attracted us to it, it almost makes it more memorable. That and the connotations of speed and efficiency in the 'snappy' bit.

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