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Stourport on Severn Website Design
e64's reputation for providing stunning website design for businesses in the Stourport on Severn area has grown for over 10 years, and we get more passionate and enthusiastic each year we do it.
Having built a wealth of website design experience it is no wonder that we have so many very happy customers in Stourport on Severn 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.
Because we're small we can easily adapt and change to meet the demands your business will encounter, and being based in the Stourport on Severn area it means we are local to you, so it's easy and convenient to arrange a meeting about your project, or a quick review and discussion about how you could adapt your website design to generate more business and better reflect the ever changing shape of your business.
Working with e64
You can work with e64 confident we will be a long term partner to your business, bringing with us a wealth of experience and offering on-going, up to date advice and information to benefit your business.
You need to be able to focus on your business and not worry if you're missing out on something that could benefit your website, and this is why we make sure we keep up to date with all the latest web technologies and techniques. This way we can offer your knowledgeable, sound advice when it's required.
Contact e64 now to discover how we can help you promote your business online and make your website work for you. 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
Your website is a permanent advertisement for your business, reflecting your culture and what your main goals are. It is fundamental that this is right, and that it presents your business in the right way.
Being based in the Stourport on Severn area it is very easy to get together to discuss your website design and benefit from the broad experience we can bring to your site.
Here are a few reason why you would choose a website designer from the Stourport on Severn area:
- Being local to you in the Stourport on Severn area, it's easy to meet up.
- A small team of dedicated, focused website design professionals working with you.
- We can tell you openly and honestly what works, and what doesn't, so you can make effective decisions.
- Specialists in:
- Website Design
- Complete eCommerce Solutions
- Search Engine Optimisation
- Pay per Click Advertising
- Bespoke Website Systems
- Database Websites
- Discuss your project with the team members working on it.
- Quick answers, quick results and quick turnaround times.
- Stunning website designs, professional created.
Website design goals for businesses across Stourport on Severn have become more demanding, and can offer greater benefits to business than ever before.We make sure that your website provides a solid communication tool to your customers, partners, prospects and visitors, and that the design reflects your company and brand.
Just 3 miles south of Kidderminster StourportonSevern is the third of the Wyre Forest towns. Stourport is the product of the Canal building era of the18th century and was specifically built to meet the needs of the canal age. Prior to the opening of the Staffordshire Worcester Canal there had been two small villages Upper and Lower Mitton at the confluence of the Seven and the Stour (two 16th century houses are still to be found in Mitton Street). The Staffordshire Worcester was built by the great canal builder James Brindley and linked the River Seven with the Trent Mersey Canal opened in 1771 Stourport soon became one of the busiest and biggest interchange ports in the country with all manner of goods being transshipped between the canal barges and the larger river craft for onward passage to the sea. The town expanded rapidly so much so that by the begining of the 19th century the population had risen to over 1300 other industries attracted by the excellent communication offered by the waterways were attracted to Stourport brass and iron foundries tanneries vinegar works carpet making and spinning mills together with warehouses shops and taverns feed the towns growth. The first bridge over the Seven was built in 1775 and the clock tower on the Old Warehouse was erected in 1813 the movement of the clock was made by local man Samual Thorp of Abberley a well known provincial clock maker. The opening of the Birmingham Worcester Canal in the early 19th century and the expansion of the railways brought about a decline of Stourport as a major port and by the 1940s goods traffic on the canal had all but ceased.
Before the days of easier travel brought about by the railways and improved road systems Stourport had always been an attractive summer destination for the workers of the West Midlands attracted by the Rivers and surrounding countryside and forest even during the economic decline of local industry and canal traffic in the latter part of the 19th and in the early 20th century Stourport proved to be a popular destination. The growth in leisure boating both on the river and canal has seen a resurgence of the declining canal basins and a major overhaul and rebuilding of the dock basins due to be compleated in March 2008 has seen the change in Stourport from an inland port to an inland resort. The canal has finally seen off the railway its great nemesis as the towns station closed in 1970 when the line from Hartlebury to Bewdley was closed. The riverside meadows and river front are ideal for walking and fishing pleasure boats cruse both river and canal and with the regeneration work restoring its former Georgian splendour have seen a resurgence in Stourports fortunes.