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the web project gets an international makeover

Regular followers of our blog will know that we sponsor a charity in Malawi (The House of Good Health) and that we have got a real passion for the place. On a recent trip Nick asked a local sign writer to put his talents to producing a sign for the web project, and promptly forgot […]

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the web project goes bananas for Leukaemia Research

The Web Project’s Managing Directors compete in the Blenheim Triathlon to raise money for Leukaemia Research (now bloodwise). Nick Maynard and Mike Stepney from The Web Project joined more than 4000 triathletes to compete in the Mazda Blenheim Triathlon and raise much needed money for Leukaemia Research. After swimming 750 meters, cycling 20km and running […]

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the web project sponsors day care centre in Malawi

Senga Bay is a small town in Malawi where good news travels fast. The web project first heard about Nyumba Ya Thanzi back in 2008 and we were so impressed with their work that we decided to provide a monthly donation. Fast-forward to 2012 and The House of Good Health continues to provide life-changing support […]

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the web project moves home

the web project expands and relocates as they continue to win new business. With a growing portfolio of clients; the web project has purchased larger offices with better transport links to the capital. “The web project keeps going from strength to strength” begins Nick Maynard (Managing Director) “and it quickly became clear that we needed […]

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The web project gets social and begins blogging

Oxford-based digital marketing agency The Web Project has added a consumer-facing blog to their website to deliver daily doses of ‘no nonsense’ expertise. “At the web project we have never quite understood why SEO and the wider world of digital marketing are shrouded in such secrecy. It simply doesn’t make sense” begins Managing Director Nick […]

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