Posted: Sat 18th Feb 2023

Web design agency moves to new HQ following expansion and recruitment

Business, in Wales.
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Feb 18th, 2023

A WEB design agency celebrating 25 years in business has expanded after opening new offices.

Based at Hanover House in St Asaph, Designweb grew its team last year having secured a raft of clients in multiple sectors across the UK and overseas.

Director Paul Lyons, from Rhyl, has also developed the company’s offering to focus solely on the development, hosting, and support of WordPress websites, in addition to existing digital marketing services, including SEO and consultancy.

Collaborating with businesses such as Be Social UK, Radar PR and Sales Geek North Wales – whose director Aaron Sussex worked closely with Paul on the innovative strategy and growth of Designweb in past months – has put the company in a strong position moving into the Spring.

The 46 year-old dad-of-three, married to Kate, is now looking to take the company to the next level.

“Approaching such a landmark anniversary gave us the impetus to reflect on our services and focus on how we can do even more for current and prospective clients,” said Paul.

“We have emerged from the pandemic with a clear vision and now concentrate on SME business websites using WordPress (and WooCommerce) given the expertise of our team and it is the most used application on the internet.”

He added: “Taking a step back with Aaron and the team has been a learning curve but incredibly useful and inspiring.

“Refreshing aspects of the business and the services we provide – including our hosting packages, search engine optimisation, and consultancy – has been a breath of fresh air and is already receiving a positive response as we welcome new customers and strengthen the connections we have in place with some of the leading organisations in Wales, the UK and beyond.”


With customer service at the core of its plans, Designweb has won business in many different arenas over the last 25 years – including education, manufacturing, childcare, engineering, and hospitality – and Paul says their dedication has never shown signs of wavering.

“If anything, we are more determined than ever to go the extra mile,” he added.

“This year has already seen us secure new clients, including a Danish marine and infrastructure company and a Merseyside-based wind turbine installation partner.

“Given the pressure on all organisations – notably in light of the Covid-19 pandemic and economic challenges – providing value for money and being at the forefront of advances in technology is crucial, as well as giving users the best online experience possible.

“Whether it’s branding, web design, ecommerce, digital marketing and complementary services, we can give clients a unique end-to-end experience thanks to our talented and experienced team and our renewed focus on providing a fast, secure and reliable platform for hosting our clients’ websites.”


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