Forster Dean launches new brand and website

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28 October 2015


mmalogo-new200Forster Dean, a Top 200 law firm with a number of offices throughout the North West, recently introduced the company’s new brand and website.

Launching in 1992, Forster Dean has been nationally recognised for providing a range of a customer focused legal services throughout their seventeen offices. Just a few of these legal services include assistance with personal injury, conveyancing, clinical negligence, wills, and motoring offences.

The company appointed mmadigital, the online marketing agency for law firms, to develop its brand and website, which included creating a new logo.

Director, Dan Thompson, said, “The purpose of the rebrand was to modernise the look and feel of the firm and also to reflect the changes that the firm has undergone over the last 36 months as we have reshaped the business to enable us to thrive and grow in today’s legal market.”

“We have now worked with mmadigital for approximately 12 months and believe that they are best placed to assist us in ensuring we are market leaders in our field. We are absolutely delighted with the outcome of the rebrand and the new website, which will form a platform for our new investment in digital marketing.”

This is one of a handful of high profile client wins for mmadigital in 2015. CEO, Dez Derry, said:

“We’ve been working closely with the board at Forster Dean over the last year, initially with a rebrand, then the design and build of a new consumer legal services website. This month we’re excited to launch a highly targeted digital marketing strategy using SEO and paid search, coupled with market leading conversion technology.”

“The board members at Forster Dean have fully embraced digital marketing as well as mobile technology and we’re looking forward to helping their business grow in a highly competitive consumer legal services market.”



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