We’re super proud to present the website we created for the photorealistic visualizations studio – nVisual. They are a group of architects focused on building super realistic visualizations for interior/exterior projects, as well as product modeling and product branding.
The website has a clean, minimalistic feel, with visuals front and center, in a responsive framework ready for the biggest and smallest screens alike.
The website is translated in both English and Bulgarian and more content is just coming up!
We managed to do the project in less than a week with the full support of the studio owner, with whom it was a pleasure to work with.
Started building out the project for Avalon Group Bulgaria. This is what people see when we’re working on the site. For the customers, administrators and people involved in the work we have a whitelist, which allows them to see the work in progress.
We are happy to announce a partnership with Rainmaker.bg with whom we’ve been working for the past year on a few projects together. The guys from Rainmaker and Simon Feek especially, specialize into getting high-level introductions, corporate sales trainings, and making business relationships work.
From the UK, Rainmaker has teamed up with industry event specialists Westrade (OSX 2019) and Market Minds (Insurance3.0) who are leaders in Outsourcing and IFT events in Great Britain generating thousands of connections and millions of Euros in new business for those that attend. Both parties are using their extensive experience and contacts to gather as many decision-makers from the UK markets to attend the event as well as a host of expert speakers to provide the most relevant content for Bulgarian and UK joint operations.
The Bulgarian Embassy in London is also supporting the event and we will announce VIP speaker/s soon.
We did exactly this with our clients from Avalon Group. They’re the official importer of a famous German brand of beers and a Dutch brand of sauces.
How do we win potential clients into becoming current ones? By doing our homework and presenting a working website at our meeting. Why do we do that?
Because it’s a lot easier to present a working demo of the product you want to sell, show it’s features and let the client play around with it. It also facilitates the process of price negotiation, because as the seller you have something to back up your words with and to show what you’re charging for. Can you imagine how hard it is to declare a hefty price tag, but you have only a white paper to show for it?
Building a demo site for clients also facilitates the consecutive process of web development. When you have a starting point and design principles, it’s easier for clients to give you feedback. You basically help them out materialise their vision.
While most local companies charge a percent of a client’s budget, say 10-15 % of the net budget, we prefer to charge a fixed rate, based on the actual work we do.
Why is that? Because often the incentives of the marketing agency and their clients become misaligned in the former model. It is often the case that marketers splurge a bigger budget and do not make it as cost-efficient as possible, just because they will earn a little bit more when the client’s net spend is significantly higher.
Our charges depend on the volume and complexity of the work we have to do to set up the most cost-effective campaign for you. From then on, if you deem reasonable, you can roll a 6-figure amount. It’s all the same to us and we won’t charge you a 5-figure fee. Seems fair enough, right? 🙂
When we develop a website we deliver the whole package. We don’t just build bit by bit, here and there. A fragmented digital space is not an efficiently working one. This is why we integrate all the necessary services for success. We utilize the resources of Google Analytics, link them to your Google Ads account, we build in the Facebook Pixel and in general develop a wholesome digital experience with the help of social media, maps, etc. This is the way to do it! 🙂