Brant McNaughton: Surviving three recessions and finding your agency niche

Nick Ellison sat down with Brant McNaughton of ecce, a development agency based in Kent as part of his new podcast, Exploring Digital. If you prefer audio, you can listen to the podcast in full here. Nick Ellison: Brant, do you want to just kick...

Get your site speed right

Get your site speed right. In this webinar, we covered all the details of how sites will rank on Google after the new update, the importance of improving your overall web performance before May 2021 and a lot more

How your page speed will affect SEO ranking in 2021

Google has announced that by May 2021, page speed will be a determining factor for SEO rankings. Here is a summary of how this will affect you and your business and a summary of 3 top things to consider

How technology helped to evolve the events industry

The term “virtual events” has been rapidly becoming something of a cliché, as businesses swop live events for virtual ones. In a year, necessity has forced businesses to adapt to virtual connectivity in a way never seen before, with specialised systems for nearly every event type, size and budget. How has technology helped us to get here, and where could it take us in the future?

Tech Predictions: How will it affect businesses in 2021?

Tech predictions: A digitalised business world was always inevitable – all the pandemic did was speed up the process and highlight the importance of adapting and embracing technology. With the new year fast approaching, here are our predictions for the top three tech trends that your business will benefit from.

Two Clients in the Deloitte Fast 50

We are proud of the work we do and love doing it for ambitious and driven companies. Two of them are on the Deloitte Fast 50 list. Read on to learn about the winners and how we supported their growth.

How to build an MVP – A guide for non-tech professionals

In today's fast-paced economy, a business's success is directly proportional to how quickly its product can adapt and satisfy the consumer's needs. A Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is both an expression of your idea and a test of your business and marketing assumptions, and the best news is that you don't need a technical background or coding experience to launch one.