The importance of websites to businesses cannot be over emphasized, Small. Medium and Large businesses who are interested in growing their brands need to have an online presence. With over 89 million daily active internet users in Nigeria, there lies a huge opportunity for businesses to thrive by being accessible by the target customers they seek to serve.
These days, people use the internet like they used to use the phone book. A simple Google search is all a potential client needs to know all about your organization and the services on offer. A website gives your business legitimacy, visibility and leads generation among other things.
Hexal Place, a Lagos based Digital Media agency committed to helping businesses get closer to their world has just launched a website design and brand identity package for small and medium sized businesses.
This package will enable subscribing business concerns to get Logo design, domain name (.com.ng) with an option to upgrade, website design, business cards, 1 year website hosting, letterhead design, professional work emails, search engine optimization accounting software set up and an extra 1 week of additional support for just N80,000.
“We are introducing this package because of our commitment to connecting businesses to their world wherever and whenever they are online. The internet is a market place every business, whether small, medium or large must tap into and be part of. Our role is to make this as easy and affordable as possible for them” – Olamide Egbayelo, Chief Strategist at HexalPlace.
If you do not already have a website and brand identity for your business, get started with us today via www.hexalplace.com/sme or just simply give us a call 08123404756.
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- Twitter: www.twitter.com/hexalplace
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