Multi-award winning and Manchester-based branding and digital agency, AHOY, have today announced their latest major pitch win.
The agency will be taking the reins on the redesign and rebuild of The Mere Golf Resort & Spa’s five-year-old website, embracing responsive design and making user experience optimisation a priority on both the client and customer sides of the digital equation.
The luxury 4* resort in Knutsford plan to develop their online customer journey to showcase facilities for the 81 bedroom hotel, Championship golf course, award-winning spa and events spaces.
“We are ecstatic to have been appointed to work with such a well-known brand, revitalising its web presence to comfortably carry them through the years to come,” said Antonio Giansante, account director at AHOY.
“With an offering as strong as The Mere’s, and brand values that are as established as they are, it makes our job quite straightforward from a branding perspective. That means we can set our sights squarely on the user experience that we provide users with – one that is effortless and intuitive to navigate, socially connected without feeling shoehorned-in and, of course, as visually engaging as every AHOY project.”
Siân Peak, The Mere’s marketing and PR manager, said: “We met with several agencies during the pitching process to ensure that we partnered with an agency that would not only deliver on creating an intuitive user experience, but shared our vision for the future and our passion for the brand. On meeting the AHOY team, their creative flair and chemistry were just what we were looking for. We’re looking forward to kickstarting a very exciting new project for The Mere and a long-term relationship with the AHOY team.”
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