RedWeb unveils exciting new strategy for Bournemouth business

Award-winning independent agency Redweb has launched its new website, complete with modern visuals and updated messaging to truly reflect the the breadth of its in-house activity.

The agency’s strapline, ‘Connections that drive change’, highlights how Redweb helps organisations to meaningfully engage with their audiences to achieve tangible results. Whether it’s collaborating on a strategic roadmap, creating engaging digital experiences, or supporting in-house teams with objective expertise, the agency’s new positioning encapsulates the full extent of its services.

Supporting this is a striking visual identity that reflects the agency’s forward-thinking approach. The butterfly logo is symbolic of transformation and how Redweb positions its clients to adapt and capitalise on the opportunities that technology offers.

Acting as an extension of clients’ teams, Redweb’s digital specialists provide the right blend of insight and expertise to facilitate this positive change. And with the ability to recruit experts directly into clients’ offices, the agency is uniquely positioned to collaborate in the way that’s most effective for the client.

Redweb’s focus is on forming lasting partnerships with ambitious brands. Its in-house experts in strategy, marketing, content and business analysis, along with its long-established design and development credentials, are already helping to shape the futures of Vitality, Asthma UK, Organix, St John Ambulance, Crest Nicholson, City & Guilds and many more.

Damian Proctor, Head of Strategy at Redweb, said: “Digital transformation is a popular term in our industry, which means different things to different organisations. ‘Connections that drive change’ reflects our belief that by harnessing digital we can connect with people and better understand them – whether it’s your customers, stakeholders, or otherwise – to help clients improve and succeed.”



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Editor in chief Suzi Dixon studied at Bournemouth university, went away for a while to work at The Daily Telegraph, then moved back to the sunny South coast for a quiet (er) life. Bournemouth News & Info is her website and she is assisted by the fabulous Fred From France in all things geeky and technical. Hire us to make your website, too, if you like.

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