The digital agency, founded by Portadown businessman Shaun Byrne when he was just 23, has seen website sales skyrocket to more than 160 new sites over the past year. year, and seeks to celebrate growth by giving back to businesses on the start of their journey.
Shaun said, âI am absolutely delighted and extremely grateful to celebrate seven years of successful business alongside the past 12 extremely successful months in terms of new business and growth. However, I do recognize that it has been an extremely stressful time for many companies and as such I now want to share some of our success by giving back in the form of a free website to five start-ups.
Based in Armagh, but with a global client base, Shaun and his team of experts specialize in website design and management, graphic design, social media management and advertising, as well as video production, including including drone footage and only 400% – this is because many companies need a service to demonstrate their products or services due to Covid-19 restrictions in an easy to understand format. The agency reports that the Republic of Ireland and Australia are a huge growth area.
Shaun continued, âCompanies are now starting to understand that in order to dominate and beat the competition, they need to excel in their online presence, both for their website and their digital platforms. “
Design Stics has a wide range of clients across all industries including health and wellness, retail, hospitality, cosmetics, food production, competitions, construction and professional services, for to name just a few.
Shaun added, âThe pandemic has been difficult for many industries, but it has also presented them, like us, with incredible opportunities for exceptional growth. Now I want to help foster that growth for new businesses to help them realize the enormous potential that a first-class website offers them. The competition is open to businesses that have started in the last six months and are based in the UK and Ireland.
âWe are in the privileged position of being able to help companies showcase their products far beyond Northern Ireland. The world is now their target market, and with exceptional results. I look forward to welcoming attendees interested in this opportunity to help bring their business to a global digital stage. “
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