Law firm SGI appoints mmadigital

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23 February 2015


mmalogo-new200Growing law firm SGI Legal has appointed mmadigital, the online marketing agency for the legal sector, to develop its new website.

SGI, a firm of solicitors with specialist knowledge and expertise in personal injury claims, has started work with mmadigital to deliver a new-look website and introduce video.

Simon Shaw, partner and head of marketing at SGI Legal, said: “We’ve grown rapidly over the last 12 months and are keen to invest in our team and our assets, and web presence is a key element of this plan.

“As an ambitious and continually developing business, we want our website to offer more than just a ‘shop front’ to claimants, we also wanted it to work for our business connections and prospective employees – and what mmadigital is doing for us will meet those strategic aims.”

SGI Legal marks a number of recent client wins for mmadigital, to complete video, lead generation and website projects.

Dez Derry, CEO of mmadigital said: “We’re really pleased to be working with SGI Legal to support the company’s digital marketing strategy and the wider business objectives. SGI is a firm that’s committed to developing its offer for the benefit of its customers and prospective employees, so we are delighted to be able to support that and help them to meet ambitions.

“We had a fantastic 2014 and this year is going great so far with new client wins, strengthening our team and a move to stunning new offices. We hope to continue to grow and announce further major developments over the coming months.”

To find out more about mmadigital or see the latest views on digital marketing in the legal sector, visit www.mmadigital.co.uk



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