CyberKiln Celebrates Success with New Office and New Employees
Two successful years saw web design company CyberKiln move to new premises and expand their team.
Since launching in 2019, the Stoke-on-Trent-based company has tripled its customer base and welcomed a new full-time employee.
In its first year CyberKiln was recognized for ‘entrepreneurship’ and the latest move makes the offices of the Enterprise Center at Staffordshire University the new headquarters for the company.
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Managing Director Chris Daniels – who founded CyberKiln with his business partner Luke Malpass – said: âWe’ve had two amazing first years when we think about it.
âWhen the pandemic hit, we didn’t even have a year as a company, but we weren’t going to let anything get in the way of our success.
âOver the past 18 months, we’ve been helping local businesses transform their online presence, helping them showcase their services and products through bespoke and securely coded websites, which has helped many survive. which was definitely a testing period for a lot of people.
âThe past year has shown more and more how important it is to have a good online presence and we have worked with larger and more established start-ups or companies.
“As we head into the end of 2021, we have already doubled revenue from last year, so moving into our new office was the natural step and it has been great.”
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Businesses and individuals from Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire are encouraged to enter in 14 categories, including the coveted Company of the Year award.
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In the next 12 months CyberKiln wants to create even more new jobs and form a charitable foundation.
Chris added, âIn addition to growing our business further over the next two years, we look forward to moving forward with the foundation so that we can provide opportunities and work with more creatives in our hometown of Stoke-on-Trent. “
Natalie Snape – who joined CyberKiln earlier this year in the role of Personal Assistant – said: âIt’s a pretty exciting time to work at CyberKiln and every day is different.
âWhether we are working on a new website for a construction company or designing a system for a health and beauty salon, we make sure that every bespoke design brings the best possible results to our clients. “