In the world of digital and online accessibility, having the right website is no longer a nice to have but a must-have.
With the help of the North East Business Support Fund and Team Valley Group, Morfabrication is proud to launch its new website.
Supporting the company’s vision and values and solidifying them as one of the most competitive and specialist steel fabricators in the North East, this new look represents a fast period of growth for Morfabrication Ltd.
The website has been designed with users in mind by showcasing the company’s services and highlighting recent pieces of work. Knowing in a click what services are available and what the Morfab team is capable of, this fresh look focuses on and puts customers at its core.
Providing commercial and residential customers with the information they need to make the most informed decision. With the ability to check out the company’s credentials, customers now have the opportunity to get to know the team behind the project.
“Marketing and branding are incredibly important to us, and we wanted to work with the right design team to make sure we got it just right. As a result, our new website is much more user-friendly, representing us more as an organisation. Now we have even more opportunity and space to highlight some of the amazing projects we work on. Morfabrications is going through a considerable period of growth, and we aim to keep this momentum going, supporting businesses, commercial premises, designers, architects, and more with all of their metal work requirements – and our website is just the start.“David Morland, CEO of Morfabrication Ltd
With Team Valley’s support, David accessed grant support from business support agency NBSL via the North East Business Support Fund – which is part financed by the European Regional Development Fund and the Northern Powerhouse – and was able to secure a grant of £1,652 to his £4,720 web development project with Team Valley Group.
Jonathan Barnes, Funding Advisor of NBSL was delighted to help encourage their digital development. “Many businesses have used the last few months to bring in service providers to update their websites or review their strategic ambition to ensure their business models reflect the difficult trading conditions post-covid.
“We’ve been delighted to support and help de-risk this important digital project – keeping their much needed growth plans on track.” added Jonathan. With deadlines now approaching for the North East Business Support Fund, Jonathan is urging Tyne & Wear businesses to get in touch with any B2B digital projects “Grant funding for growth projects are still available to Tyne & Wear-based businesses but with application deadlines on the horizon, I’d appeal to anyone thinking about accessing the North East Business Support Fund for a grant to get in touch immediately to ensure we support as many B2B SMEs to help them reach and fulfil their growth potential.”
The North East Business Support Fund has been helping North East SME’s to grow and develop for over a decade. The fund is the longest established business support programme in the region, delivered by the fabulous team of expert business support people – NBSL.