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About

Empathy is at the heart of everything we do.

Genuinely seeing from a client’s perspective is a skill often found in short supply among digital agencies. We pride ourselves on getting into the heads of our clients and making sure their objectives are always fully ticked off.

Our values

1

Communication

Constant communication is key to any successful project, we want to understand you and your business and that’s why we are always in touch. Every member of our team is only a phone call away and happy to chat.

2

ROI focus

We know the importance of ROI so we make sure everything we do brings value back to you, from SEO, PPC & Web Design we know our projects have to deliver.

3

No outsourcing

Everything we do is made by our people, in our offices in Manchester. That means no outsourcing, no lengthy waiting periods for completion, no inconsistencies and great quality control during every step of the process.

Our Team

George Goudie

Managing Director

Once single-handedly fought a Russian bear while successfully spinning plates. He’s now great friends with the bear and they both own an equal share in Our Price

Dave Bowers

Creative Director

Credited with the design of Ronald McDonald's first summer range of clothing, Dave is a militant Real Ale enthusiast and currently holds the world record for 'the highest number of eels held by a single man'.

Adam France

Designer

Personally funding the 2015 comeback album by Rick Astley, Adam is considered to be the height of politeness, chivalry and good-nature, however he balances this out by collecting the souls of those who say "of" instead of "have", keeping them in a small trinket around his neck.

Joe Hartley

Project Manager

Once re-enacted every episode of Eastenders in under five minutes with the help of a gerbil and seven of his closest invisible friends, Joe tries to keep karmic harmony by recycling in the office... mostly against everyone's will.

Amanda Walls

Head of Digital

A healthy-eating enthusiast credited with the invention of Bikram Yoga, Amanda spends her spare time devouring Asos products from their website like it was an homage to Pacman.

Eji Osigwe

Developer

Once rejected from the military for having 'hair that was too nice to ruin', Eji an amateur Fireman operating between 7 & 9pm on weekdays, he believes with a passion that strawberries grow in the ground.

Matt Nicholls

SEO Developer

Chef to the queen at the age of 17, Matt, aka 'Mr Tickles', has retired from the food industry and now spends his time as a Web Developer, which is secretly killing him from the inside. Oh how he misses those royal soufflés.

Ben Howarth

Designer

Bowie-homage-payer and pose-stealer Ben is the latest addition to our design team. He has been surreptitiously sneaking extra pixels into the World Wide Web every morning hoping that, one day, it will burst its banks and cover us all in a thick, digital soup.

Vicki Atkinson

Accounts manager

Can speak 14 different languages, each of which are only spoken by Vicki herself. On Thursday evenings and Tuesday afternoons you’ll find her driving around in her milk van, which she bought back in 1998 as a joke but now actually quite enjoys.

Martin Reddock

Digital Marketing Consultant

Contrary to popular belief, Martin is an avid fan of Elvis Presley and often can be seen wearing and heard singing Blue Suede Shoes. Interestingly, he still refuses to believe that the 'Amazon' rainforest isn't affiliated with the online retailer and once had the hiccups for four years.

Dave Anderson

SEO Strategist

Hotly tipped to be both the next James Bond and Doctor Who simultaneously, Dave has been inside the Internet three times. He keeps some rubble from Geocities on his desk as a souvenir.

Layla Faruque

Digital Marketing Assistant

After a short acting stint in Coronation Street, Layla moved to Manchester to pursue her dream of becoming lead singer of an all-female Oasis tribute band. In her spare time she enjoys practicing her signature on graph paper and once quite rightly pointed out that the alphabet doesn't need to be in the order we all know it in.