A long standing healthcare provider in Dubai, the client was wanting to increase interest in highly specialised medical treatments in Dubai. They were also in the process of opening a brand new hospital in India.
A specialist office furniture company, delivering in London and Northampton, the client had an enviable reputation and client base visiting their showrooms, but they were struggling to develop the e-commerce side of the business.
As a specialist loft conversion company, operating throughout North London and Essex, the client had a proven track record, and a great reputation, but this was not represented by their digital presence and their website lacked any meaningful traffic volumes.
The client had 2 brand new schools under construction and due to be opened for new pupils within 10 months. The 2 schools would both target a similar demographic but would be providing differing education platforms.
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(1) Use of the Company Website
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We may suspend, restrict or exclude your use of the Website at our reasonable discretion.
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