Archive for November, 2010

7th Generation Law Firm – Getting Bigger….Feeling Stronger….and Looking Younger

Exhibition Marketing Website

August 2010 saw the Backhouse Jones website receive a subtle face-lift at the hands of the skilled technicians at Creative World.

As a forward thinking and progressive firm of lawyers, James and Jonathon Backhouse along with Ian Jones and the rest of the directors never let the grass grow beneath their feet.

Their new look is both dynamic and adaptive, with the construction taking into account all foreseen future requirements without compromising on the site composition.

David Bates said, “Working with the Backhouse Jones team is always a real pleasure as everyone gets to have input in generating the very best results. In addition to the website, Creative World have also created exhibition banners for the Euro Bus Expo held at the NEC  in early November and have organised several photo shoots at their head office near Clitheroe”

Creative World wish the Backhouse Jones team every success in the coming months and years and look forward to working with you all again very soon!

Mingling with the Famous!

Posted by David Bates on 16th November 2010

Creative World help JW Crowther & Son Ltd to celebrate their 150 year anniversary

Announcements Branding

2010 saw a major milestone in the history of J W Crowther & Son Ltd. and it was the pleasure of David Bates of Creative World to work with the management team to create not only the commemorative icon, but a whole new website as well.

http://www.jwcrowther.co.uk

Founded in 1860 by James William Crowther, this family run company has certainly come a long way over the past 150 years, and is still a thriving and well managed business, offering its services to the whole of the United Kingdom.

The sourcing of historic images for the site proved to be a real trip down memory lane for the Crowther family and the team here at Creative World look forward to working with JW Crowther & Son Ltd at their next major milestone event.

Posted by David Bates on 15th November 2010