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First Internet secures global website project with PZ Cussons

Hale-based digital agency, First Internet, has secured the development work for 55 websites for major global personal healthcare and consumer goods manufacturer, PZ Cussons.

First Internet has worked with PZ Cussons since 2013, offering website build, support and maintenance of 26 of their local brand websites, which includes brands such as Charles Worthington, Fudge and Morning Fresh. This latest project win follows a year-long competitive pitch to overhaul 55 high profile brand websites including Original Source, Imperial Leather, St Tropez and Sanctuary.

The website project is a simplification exercise to unify all website administration systems, making them easier to manage company-wide. 

PZ Cussons’ Global Digital Solutions Manager, Julie McNeice, said of the collaboration: “This project is one of our key strategic digital projects for 2019.  Simplifying our website technology landscape and making them easier to manage, helps ensure we deliver exceptional content to our consumers. All whilst aligning to our business strategy of Focus, Scale and Accelerate. 

We have worked with First Internet for over 5 years, establishing a strong and successful relationship. This was a significant factor to selecting them as our global website development partner.”

Kat Rodway, client services director at First Internet, commented: “We’ve worked with PZ Cussons since 2013, however this project is a step up in terms of the high-profile nature of the sites and the volume of work.  We’re extremely proud to have been granted this opportunity to continue our relationship at a higher level.”

First Internet is a full-service digital marketing agency that has been running for over 20 years.  Services include website design and development, UX design, SEO, social media management and content marketing.  Clients include Greenhalgh’s Craft Bakery, Citation, Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Sew Direct and more.

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