Cude Design Takes On Board Freelance Consultants To Expand Their Agency Services
Cude Design believes in building business through building relationships. Launched in 2009, this Surreybased web design and bespoke Wordpress development agency has helped a number of startups and mediumsized businesses to climb the ladder of online success.
Building a virtual team
What did they do differently? Well, they teamed up with freelance consultants to be able to take on more projects and ensure topnotch quality of all the website development jobs they undertake.
“It is impossible for current team members to specialise in every bit of CMS or specific functionality. By using freelancers we can find someone who is available for a certain amount of time, who is an expert in a particular kind of field. This is beneficial to all involved. In addition to this, sometimes you may need something doing very quickly and our current team is already occupied,” explains Wesley Cude, the Founder and Director of Cude Design.
Goodbye, pet peeves!
Having discovered PeoplePerHour through a recommendation, Cude Design have never looked back.
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“We have connected with great freelancers from around the world who have all provided a great service, which we would have been unlikely to find without PPH. This has kept our costs down as well as extending the services we provide. We would not have been able to do that otherwise. With the help from PPH freelancers, we are now able to offer promotional videos to our clients! One of our favourites is this video that we had created by a freelancer from PPH,” continues Cude.
“Another great way PPH has helped us is by finding content writers! This is a pet hate of mine and by using PPH it allows us to keep on top of our blog posting. There are an abundance of content writers all varying in skill and price. By putting me in touch with people that excel in certain fields and are available for hire ondemand, PeoplePerHour have helped me take the business to new heights.”
“Some freelancers have even become friends who we have plans to visit in the future.”