Pixel Kicks has won four new clients that will see it expand its presence in the sport, children’s nursery, industrial imagery and mobile phone wholesale sectors over the coming months.
The first win is with Skateboard GB which is the national governing body for skateboarding in England and the home of Olympic skateboarding in Great Britian. Pixel Kicks secured the contract following an extensive tender process. It will now deliver a stunning and engaging website that will promote the fun and community aspect of skate culture. There will also be an e-commerce capability which will showcase Skateboard UK’s merchandise range. An integrated third-party booking system will also be available which will be used to access coaching courses. The new site is expected to go live in October.
The second project is with Tiddlywinks Day Nursery. Tiddlywinks was founded in 1994 by husband- and-wife team David and Imelda Mihell. The company has steadily expanded from a single original 18-place nursery to its current network of seven sites in Ancoats, Blackley, Bury, Clayton, Crumpsall, Higher Blackley and Walmersley. It now provides care for over 700 children in addition to five Tiddlywinks Out of School Clubs that welcome over 185 children every day.
The website is slated to launch in September and will be based around the firm’s new brand identity. Its core function will be to promote nursery and after school clubs launches, to convey Tiddlywinks’ values and ethos and to generate new enquiries. Bespoke drone footage is also being commissioned and the site will be fully integrated with Tiddlywinks’ child management system.
Manchester-based Image Solutions is a leading scientific and industrial digital imaging business that offers consultancy, manufacturing expertise and bespoke programming capabilities to its clients. Pixel Kicks will be developing a site that will act a hub of industry knowledge and that clearly communicates Imaging Solutions’ position as experts at the forefront of scientific imaging. It will also highlight the company’s consultancy offering and its ability to source the best manufacturers. The project is expected to be completed by October.
The final win is with PhoneBox which is a Preston-headquartered mobile phone recycling operation. Its disruptor business model is to buy broken or faulty phones that are in need of refurbishment – primarily Apple and Samsung models – which are repaired in-house and then resold through online to consumers through various platforms.
Tthe company now wants to create its own e-commerce store that will enable customers to sell their devices through its own website and allow PhoneBox to sell directly to its growing customer base. Pixel Kicks has been appointed to create a new brand, build the website and handle all ongoing marketing strategies – including SEO and content creation. The project will be released in phases between July and the end of September.
Jamie Bray – business development manager at Pixel Kicks – said: “Winning such a broad range of clients shows the diverse talents of our team. Each business is dynamic and ambitious which is incredibly inspiring. Our focus will now be on supporting their growth plans as they enter the next phase of their evolutions.”