Smart Arts big move

19th September 2014 in Web Design and Development

For those we haven’t yet told, Smart Arts has now moved to bigger and better premises!

Having outgrown office space in Bridge Mills, Holmfirth, we are settling in nicely to our new home next door to the North Light Gallery in Brooke’s Mill, Armitage Bridge.

Having added another web developer, two web designers and two content and project managers to the team - the move gives us the space needed to further expand in the coming years.

Managing Director Steve Sykes, puts the rapid expansion down to a combination of businesses recognising the benefits of having a strong web presence supported by ongoing web marketing activity, and the Smart Arts approach.

“We like to think that we build great relationships with our clients because we create websites that work and deliver results. We don’t just build a site and say goodbye. We believe where we can really make a difference is when we have an ongoing relationship; providing continuous technical SEO activity, inbound marketing, content generation and online PR.”

We’re still putting the final touches to the new offices, but if you fancy calling in for a cuppa to check out our new home, we’d be more than happy to welcome you!

Find us here.  See you soon.

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