Visit: Greenfields (main site) or Greenfields Catalogue (extra site)
During 2010 the Quoakle team has broadened the range of services offered to businesses across the Gloucestershire region to offer support to local companies in the design, development and promotion of their own website.
One of the first projects was with the well-established garden services company, Greenfields. When Churcham-based Greenfields Garden Services needed a new website for their expanding business, they looked no further than the other side of the A40 to Quoakle’s team of website specialists.
Greenfields Garden Services was started in 1988 by Chris Snell, comprising of one push along mower, a few hand tools and a small van and now employs over 40 people with a large client base across the South West, Midlands and Wales.
Greenfields original connection with Quoakle was when they became the very first business to advertise on the innovative online business directory in September 2006. Greenfields helped with the official launch of Quoakle helping to plant hundreds of daffodils along the A40 in Churcham . During the last year, Quoakle’s website promotion specialist, Nigel Steele, has been providing advice and help at Greenfields’ Kitesnest Lane base for a range of internet marketing activities.
Greenfields managing director, Chris Snell, said “The internet is the way all business is going now so the work Nigel and his Quoakle team have been doing for us has been invaluable.”
A website built in Joomla.
A website built in HTML.
The new Greenfields website reflects the way the company has grown over the last few years. It’s now involved in eight major areas of work: landscaping, grounds maintenance, tree surgery, fencing, the design and installation of children’s play areas, a wide range of services for schools, safety surfacing and adult fitness equipment.
To look at the new website go to: Greenfields Garden Services
Quoakle’s best compliment so far has come from one user who told a member of Greenfields’ staff, “This is the best website I’ve ever seen!”