Manchester-based digital agency Pixel Kicks has won a string of new clients across web development, SEO and branding following a number of competitive pitches.
The first client win is with hair extension brand Gee Hair, where the agency will be responsible for designing a brand new Shopify website to support the brand’s extensive and growing product range.
For new Dubai-based fine jewellery brand Maveroc.com, the agency will build a new site which is expected to launch by the middle of 2022.
The agency has also been selected to develop a completely new brand and brochure website for Mercury Conveyor Systems, a new company specialising in the supply, installation and maintenance of telescopic conveyors used to load and unload lorries and vans across the UK.
The project will aim to drive consumer awareness, improve brand visibility and generate both new B2B enquiries and inbound leads.
Another website project win for the agency is with Klowdfone, a cloud-based phone system designed for small to medium sized businesses. The agency will be creating a new mobile responsive user-friendly ecommerce website which will launch in the summer.
The Pixel Kicks SEO team will also be working with solutions company m-hance on its SEO strategy. The agency won the work after it was commissioned for a bespoke SEO audit. The agency’s focus will now be on increasing m-hance’s rankings and the quality of traffic to the site.
The final client win is with The Belgian Beer Company, which will see Pixel Kicks host and support its existing ecommerce website. The agency will also provide on-going updates as well as layout and functionality improvements, with the sole aim of driving better performance.
Chris Buckley (pictured), Managing Director of Pixel Kicks, said: “The first three months of 2022 have been fantastic with new wins across all our teams. The range of projects in such diverse sectors clearly demonstrate our ability to tailor the services we offer. Our focus will now be on delivering for each client in order to help them grow their businesses.”