Altrincham based web studio Nettl of Altrincham is supporting local businesses by offering £500 website grants to help give smaller businesses the leg up they might need to start selling online.

In an effort to help give back to local organisations and improve commerce for the community, they are giving a £500 grant to every company in Altrincham and the surround areas to put towards a Nettl: commerce web shop. An online shop is ideal for helping local independent retailers to sell their products online, letting customers buy and pay online as well as integrating seamlessly into your accounting system and allowing you to manage orders.

Many of the UK’s small and medium sized companies have so far missed out on online spending due to their lack of online presence, and many potential customers say they find it hard to support local businesses when they simply can’t find them online. “Our clients tell us they know they need to sell online, but find it difficult knowing where to start.

They hear about how expensive web development is and worry that they are going to get ripped off. It’s our mission to remove the black magic and mystery of ecommerce and help small businesses to just start selling online,” said John McCall of Nettl of Altrincham.

“To show our support for local businesses, we’re offering any local business who signs up for a no-obligation consultation a £500 grant towards the cost of their web shop.”

They are also offering responsive websites from just £299 (+vat).

As over 60% of Websites are now accessed on mobile devices, a responsive websites loads optimally on any device, whether it’s mobile, desktop or tablet to ensure that your business offering is always at the touch of a button. If your site isn’t built with mobile in mind, you risk turning away customers.

The studio also offers a huge range of low priced printing with super fast turnarounds on everything from business cards, leaflets, brochures and exhibition banners.

“We know print remains a large part of the marketing mix for many businesses in Altrincham. There’s nothing like a physically-produced brochure to persuade and influence potential clients,” said John McCall.

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