- Great for Shopping
- Search Proactive
- Flexible Designs
- Easy to Manage
- Proven Technology
Certified Adwords & SEO
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- Generate Traffic
- Improve Conversion
- Effective Keywords
- Increase Business
- No New Software
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- Work on any PC
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Bromsgrove Website Design
e64 has a passion for building eye catching websites in the Bromsgrove area. Our enthusiasm for what we do has grown each and every year, over the past 10 years in fact.
Having built a wealth of website design experience it is no wonder that we have so many very happy customers in Bromsgrove and the surrounding areas. We develop long standing relationships with every customer, and it is these relationships that make e64 as successful as we are.
As a small website design company we are able to adapt and change to make sure we can always achieve your goals and react to the ever changing needs of your business. We know how important it is to have a good relationship with your suppliers, so being local to the Bromsgrove area we welcome any opportunity to meet up and discuss how we can help you make better use of the Web and Internet to generate more leads or sales, and to become more efficient with your business using web-based tools.
How e64 will benefit you
Our goal is to build a long lasting relationship between e64 and your business, where we can use the depth of experience we have gained from working with many Bromsgrove based businesses to benefit your company or organisation.
The speed in which our industry changes can be breath-taking, and it's a full time job to keep up to date with everything - which is what we do. We can then make sure we can advise you effectively to ensure you're getting the very most from your website.
To find out how e64 can help build and develop the online presence for your business, contact us now. We are more than happy at any time to talk to you about or services, and how we can use them to ensure you get the most from your website.
Alternatively if you would like to read more about our services or review some of our customer testimonials, please browse the rest of our website using the links above, where you'll find plenty of useful information. We also have an e64 blog that is updated regularly that you may also find useful.
Our commitment to you
You never know who is looking at your website, so it's important to get it right. We understand that and we think of your website as we would our own, and work with you to make sure that it is a great advert for your business.
Being a website design company in the Bromsgrove area makes it very easy to get together with you so we can discuss your needs and use our broad experience to make your site the best it can be.
Here are a few reason why you would choose a website designer from the Bromsgrove area:
- Being local to you in the Bromsgrove area, it's easy to meet up.
- We specialise in website design, and our team will be dedicated to your website.
- We are happy to discuss how to make the most from your site at any time, without obligation.
- We specialise in:
- Website Design
- Shopping Website Systems
- Website Promotion
- Paid Advertising
- Bespoke Website Systems
- Data Driven Websites
- Direct access to the people working on your website.
- Quick answers, quick results and quick turnaround times.
- Stunning website designs, professional created.
The requirements of website design have moved on significantly, no more so than in the Bromsgrove area, and the benefits it can provide your business are substantial.Getting the right message across to your website visitors has never been more important, and we work with you to ensure that your website becomes a highly effective communications tool working for your business 24/7.
Situated approximately halfway between Worcester and Birmingham Bromsgrove has risen from humble beginnings to a thriving town with a population of around 30000. From at least the 5th Century there was a settlement on the hill where the present Parish Church now stands overlooking the old Roman Road from Droitwich to the North Midlands. The first documented mention of Bromsgrove is in the 9th century and the Domesday Book gives mention of a Royal Manor. In these early days Market Gardening the woodlands provided the basis for the local economy Bromsgrove was also a major centre for the Wool industry until its decline in the 16th century. The Industrial Revolution brought manufacturing to the area and in the 17th century the French Huguenots introduced Nail Making turning Bromsgrove into the nail making capital of the world other industries included Wrought Ironwork forging and Button making. In 1841 the Birmingham to Gloucester Railway opened a maintenance works where the odd locomotive was also built the works was a major employer in the town until its closure in 1964. Bromsgrove has the distinction of being at the base of the steepest gradient to be found in the main line in Britain at just over two miles at 1 in 37. Some of the most powerful steam locomotives in Britain were employed to assist heavy freight trains to the top of this gradient.
Bromsgrove has a rich heritage of architecture. The Parish Church of St.John stands on the site of a Saxon church which was rebuilt by the Normans major rebuilding was undertaken in the 19th century under the direction of Sir George Gilbert Scott but retains some 13th 14th century features. St.Peters Roman Catholic Church was built by Gilbert Bount in 1818. Bromsgrove Baptist Church founded in 1666 by John Eckles has had at least 7 different buildings the present and third on the New Road site was opened in 1990. There are several halftimbered buildings in the town including the Hop Pole Inn built 1572. The old Parish Workhouse of built in 1723 which still survives as offices to be found in the Strand this was replaced by the Bromsgrove Union Workhouse on the Birmingham Road which opened 1838 and closed only in 1948 these have also been converted into offices! Other buildings of note in the area include Grafton Manor which can be dated back to the 13th century Hagley Hall commissioned in 1756 by the first Lord Lyttleton and is the last great Palladian style building to be built in England Hanbury Hall built in 1701. Perry Hall now a Hotel was the home of A.E.Houseman (author of A Shropshire Lad) whos statue now stands in the High Street.
The Bromsgrove Museum is housed in the former coach house of Davenal House built in 1780 contains many exhibits portraying local history including works by the Bromsgrove Guild. Founded in 1884 by William Gilbert as the Guild of Applied Art a company of craftsmen working in the Arts and Grafts style they produced many fine works of art and sculpture including the gates to Buckingham Palace. The Avoncraft Museum of Building has a collection of early buildings from all over the Midlands and also houses the National Telephone Kiosk Collection.