Creative agency Dulay Seymour have strengthened their digital offering in buying the award-winning web development company Webmotion.
Based in Bradford, Dulay Seymour has stood strong for almost 20 years, producing creative marketing materials - on and off line - for clients of all shapes and sizes, up and down the country. Its success is down to the company's belief that they only work with clients who value incite as well as genuine creativity.
By combining its existing digital department into Webmotion, Dulay Seymour are now even better placed to meet the increasing demand from businesses looking for on-line marketing support.
Managing Partner for both agencies Billy Dulay says "If you're a business that's standing still in an ever changing, fast paced, technology reliant environment, you'll soon disappear in the whirlwind. It's not okay just having a website these days and hoping it brings you results. You have to ensure that the users can find your website first and when they do, their experience on it is second to none. That can only happen when you've got a team that really understands front and back-end of website design. I believe we've got that knowledge and experience in bundles now and our clients get the best of both worlds - creativity and technical know how.
Apart from the usual hiccups like transferring telephone lines, moving Webmotion into the Dulay Seymour building on Walmer Villas was relatively smooth too. The move took place over a weekend to minimise downtime and disruption to clients work. Both agencies now share one vision and have greater control over projects from start to finish.
Dulay continues, "And the reason for the buyout? Dulay Seymour have long recognised that most SME's don't have the resources or budgets for dedicated marketing teams, which means the business development hat is often worn by the owner managers. The changes in the economy means some businesses will also face some difficult challenges ahead. Time has always been a premium and clients looking for a competitive edge will want to work with suppliers who not only understand their business needs but are geared up to deliver them. We want to be that one stop shop to help these clients achieve their objectives."
Posted on Tuesday 30th November 2010