On Monday 25th September, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) relaunched their website into a new iteration designed and developed by St Helens marketing agency Sood.
Earlier this year, the BCC – one of the UK’s most influential business organisations – sought to revitalise its website in order to bring it into the modern age and better reflect its capacity to support British business.
As an active member of St Helens Chamber, Sood has firsthand experience with how the organisation functions and supports business. Combined with their extensive web design expertise, they were the ideal choice to spearhead this project.
Paalan Sood, Founder of Sood, said: “As Chamber members, we’ve nurtured talent through apprenticeships and Kickstart Schemes, and it’s rewarding to see the results of this training contribute to such an important Chamber project.”
“For a smaller team like us to work on something of this magnitude has been a privilege, and our success showcases that we’re more than ready to work on bigger projects in the future.”
The success of the project highlights the power of small businesses, proving that ‘small’ does not equate to ‘lesser’. With just six years of experience and fewer than ten employees, Sood has produced a welcome upgrade to a high-profile website.
Bryony Graham, Head of Marketing and Membership Communications at the BCC, said: “This has been a key project for the British Chambers of Commerce team since the start of the year. We’re thrilled to have worked with Paalan and his dedicated colleagues.”
“Our website is a crucial tool to tell people about the BCC and our unique Chamber Network, both here in the UK, and around the world.”
Tracy Mawson, Chief Executive of St Helens Chamber, said: “This really does show the power of networking and the talent of local Chamber members here in St Helens.”
“Our Chamber has a long history of helping the business community create prosperity and opportunity, in and around the town.”
“The dynamic and young team at Sood are certainly putting St Helens on the map.”