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The Optimum Way to Design a Web Site

Published on January 17, 2011

This week saw the launch of the brand new content-managed website for Optimum Asset Management. The site, developed by Ampheon, allows the client to fully manage all site text in an easy-to-use, non-technical way - including being able to manage elements of the pages that would help with placement on the search engines. Ampheon also included some essential best-practice onsite optimisation for the client to give the site a head-start on Google.

Ampheon's selection to build this web site was based on its background in building web sites for small to medium financial / asset management companies.

Optimum Asset Management are a premier investment and advisory firm, based in Luxembourg, that strives to create lasting value for its investors through the careful selection of opportunities in various asset classes around the globe.

You can view the new site at: www.optimumassetmanagement.lu

If you would like a new or redesigned website, contact us today for a free no obligation quotation.

Global Business Consulting Via WordPress

Published on January 14, 2011

Bay of Thermi's new website design was launched today by Ampheon. The new site provides the client, a global provider of business consulting services, with the ability to manage all site content as well as a blog via the WordPress content management system. The site was built around a bespoke WordPress theme, and was completed in less than one month. Ampheon are also providing web hosting and email services.

Bay of Thermi serves start up and early-stage technology companies with a complete line of business plan, market assessment, valuation and business development support services. They help new ventures secure partnerships and capital that they need to grow.

The new web site can be viewed at: www.bayofthermi.com

If you would like a new or redesigned website, contact us today for a free no obligation quotation.

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