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Beanie Media Secures Web Development Contract With Fired Up Technologies

Published 24th Feb 2020 by Shaida Khan

​Huddersfield based, web design and digital agency, Beanie Media, has been appointed to design and develop Fired Up Technologies new website.

Fired Up Technologies, established in 2011, offers audio and visual solutions to the corporate, retail and leisure sector.

Since forming the company nearly 10 years ago, Fired Up Technologies has seen an increased demand for their bespoke interactive gaming solutions which range from sound and lighting design, to interactive games such as climbing and bowling.

The re-design and the development of the website comes as Fired Up Tech moves towards creating a stronger brand experience for their digital audience. The new website will focus on thought leadership content and engage their target audience through visually led design.

Commenting on why they chose Beanie Media, marketing manager Joe Lawson said:

“We chose Beanie Media for our website re-development due to their strong reputation in the local business community for being a forward thinking digital agency, we felt Beanie Media had the creative expertise to understand our brand and the innovative products we offer. So far the experience of working with Melissa and her team has been great and we can’t wait to see the finished result”

Melissa Roberts, managing director of Beanie Media added:

“We are so excitedto be working with Fired Up Technologies to re-develop their website. This is a brilliant opportunity for us to demonstrate our skills and aid Fired Up Tech in re-aligning their online presence to their future growth plans”

Beanie Media was founded in 2018 by Melissa Roberts and Dan Atkinson and employs 4 people.


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