Based in Nantwich, Cheshire, Surefire Media are a digital agency that have been providing web development and marketing services since 2008. In 2018 they made the strategic decision to become a certified Shopify Partner and have since focused their efforts on eCommerce website development and marketing, gaining various individual Google certifications along the way.
Managing Director Dan Lindop states: “Whilst the pandemic has presented businesses with unprecedented challenges, we’ve also been able to identify and exploit some unique opportunities for our clients, for example, helping to get click and collect ordering quickly implemented.
Our decision to become a specialist Shopify partner agency has meant that with a large number of eCommerce retail clients, we’ve managed to navigate our way through the pandemic and have a clear strategic plan for renewed growth in place once life gets back to normal.
To help us move forwards and cement our reputation as a leading Shopify development and marketing agency, we recently made the decision to promote our Marketing Lead, Shell Robshaw-Bryan, to the role of Marketing Director.
This appointment will help us to move forwards and grow the business further whilst our clients will continue to benefit from the 20 years of commercial digital marketing experience that Shell brings to the role.”
Newly appointed Marketing Director, Shell Robshaw-Bryan said: “I’ve been with Surefire for nearly 8 years now and the close-knit team feel almost like family. I’m delighted with the promotion, though an appointment like this would usually warrant going out for celebratory team drinks – celebrating just isn’t the same on Zoom!
The last few months certainly haven’t been easy, but we’re confident we can come out the other side. I’m extremely proud of the fact that some of the very first clients we took on as a business are still with us thanks to our goal of fostering long-term working relationships. I’m very much looking forward to the challenge of helping businesses to recover in a post-lockdown landscape that we’re hoping won’t be too far away.”