At Webtron, we support many Melbourne businesses. We create business-centric websites for companies who are locally-based and use the locally-sourced talent and experience of our web developers to bring these businesses to life online. We support local business because after all, we’re a local business just like you too. Over the years, Webtron has acquired a wide portfolio of customers in a number of industries: from the wholesale and manufacturing industry to retail, and from local sporting clubs to construction – our business-centric websites have given these companies the opportunity to expand and grow in ways never before imagined.
This week, Webtron Web Design was featured in the Bayside, Glen Eira-Caulfield, Kingston-Moorabbin, and Stonnington Leader newspapers, for “supporting Melbourne business online.” Now without the support of our invaluable customers, we wouldn’t be where we were today. So from Webtron, to all of our clients, we’d like to thank you.
Moran Furniture: The ‘Moran’ name is synonymous with bespoke, hand-made furniture. Founded over 50 years ago by James Moran in the inner south-eastern Melbourne suburb of Glen Iris, Moran Furniture has grown to become one of the most recognised premium furniture brands in Australia. In February 2016, Moran Furniture will launch their brand new e-commerce store, granting a new level of innovation and convenience to their customers Australia-wide.
Melbourne’s Cheapest Cars: Last year, Melbourne’s Cheapest Cars sold the most used cars in Victoria. Melbourne’s Cheapest Cars have a strong, culturally diverse sales-team that, as a whole, have proficient speaking abilities in most international languages. Melbourne’s Cheapest Cars in Moorabbin, and Melbourne’s Cheapest Vans in Oakleigh are a large employer for many salespeople living in the south-eastern suburbs. Melbourne’s Cheapest Cars is also a company that gains the huge support of locals living around the state, looking to buy a quality secondhand car, van, truck or ute. Eddie Abelnica’s Melbourne’s Cheapest Cars is living proof that a business can start off small, with one single location, and can grow to become one of the largest used car dealers in the industry.
Home Axis based in Healesville is another small company that has chosen to take on the construction and manufacturing industry with their online business. With the addition of a functional website, and Google Advertising to their business model, HomeAxis has grown their customer base to appeal to clients looking to expand their current living conditions, all around Australia. Webtron is proud to have taken a part in nurturing this local business, and providing the online expertise to grow its business exponentially with online technology. Thinking of a new cabin, studio or retreat for your house? Why not take a look at their latest designs? Because after all, Home Axis less than an hour out of the CBD.
GreatLateDeals.com is a holiday and travel destination search engine site, based in south-east Melbourne, taking on the industry corporate giants in the travel website industry. Take one look at their website and you wouldn’t guess that they were a small Melbourne based company – but it’s companies like these that have the most potential to grow and create their own brand identities online.
The Rebekah Davey Academy of Dance is another local neighbour of ours, whose newly founded Melbourne dance academy will thrive with its newfound identity online. The Rebekah Davey Academy of Dance offers high-quality dance and ballet training, from its studio in Elsternwick. Despite its recent debut onto the list of dancing schools in the area, don’t be fooled. The Rebekah Davey Academy of Dance is founded and mentored by one of the best in the industry, Rebekah Davey herself. Rebekah is a professional ballet dancer, and former Principal Ballerina, who travelled both interstate and internationally for her role in the Phantom of the Opera, and is well known for her various news interviews, her popular Lithe Fit, and Toned health blog, and now her local professional ballet school. Rebekah is a stunning example of how local talent can go a long way. We are in the process of creating a new website for the Rebekah Davey Academy of Dance – stay tuned for rebekahdaveydance.com.au in late Feb ’16.
Ormond Amateur Football Club – Originally formed in 1932, the Ormond Football club has facilitated friendship, teamwork and sportsmanship in the area for over 80 years. OAFC uses their newsfeed-style website to keep their team members up to date with the latest club news and events, and to keep data centralised in one place in this modern day and age.
Multi-national companies like Bissell Australia are also backed by Webtron, with an Australian office headquartered in Scoresby, Victoria, and operations in New Zealand and the United States. For Bissell, Webtron provided e-commerce, email marketing, and a completely revamped website to help launch their wholesale site online. Now completely restructuring the business model, Bissell’s online outlet store has provided an extra revenue stream, and another healthy component of their internationally recognised company.
We are proud of the success that all of these local businesses have each achieved, and we are proud to have played a significant role in the supporting their local businesses online.
And a message to our clients: we can’t thank you enough for the support that you’ve given us over the years, and the positive word of mouth that stems from your kind words. Although at Webtron, we are proud to support Melbourne business, we are proud to see that Melbourne businesses always come back to support us too.
If you think that Webtron can benefit your business in 2016, call us on 1300 WEBTRON (932-876).
In the meantime, stay tuned for a range of new websites set for release in mid-Feb and March ’16.
– The team at Webtron