Australia is built on small businesses, and what does every small business need? Customers. Customers to connect, share and build relationships with. Where do Aussie businesses find these customers? Online. Being online is a vital part of your business. Without it you can’t connect with your customers.
Consider your website as a member of your team. Does this full-time salesperson generate income for you? Or does he/she just sit there taking up wages and resources. Your online salesperson should be creating the best first impression possible. It should be answering the most frequently asked questions and attending to your target audience desired needs.
We design and build websites on the Adobe Business Catalyst, Shopify and Wordpress platforms. Websites that express your unique selling point. Highlighting your objectives and experience. We integrate a smooth mobile friendly 'Responsive Web Design Experience' interface along with social marketing tools.
Summit Web Design is based in Chatswood, but with the nature of our work, we can organise to meet anywhere across Sydney or even online with Skype.
Summit Web Design is founded by Stephanie Campanella. Stephanie interacts with customers and partners all around the world which keeps her mind open for opportunity.
Summit Web Design has a dedicated design and development team enthusiasm for creating websites that not only look good, but convert as part of a businesses’ marketing strategy.
Summit Web Design provided a new and improved website.
Now our website is easier to use, clearer, directs customers to important areas of the website and improves feedback from users.
Thank You Stephanie..
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We understand, no matter what size business you are, your project is important to you and must me delivered appropriately.
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