A Breath Of Fresh Air to Simon Danczuk
Posted on 21st September 2016 by
Mid September we were visited by Manchester MP Simon Danczuk. We chatted about the work we do, all things digital and the Borough of Manchester.
Manchester MP, Simon Danczuk, visited web and graphic design agency Made By Factory recently. The company based at The Old Post Office in Manchester say they are ‘founded with friendship’ and that is evident in the way they operate.
“It was a breath of fresh air for me” said Simon Danczuk following his tour of their offices.
“It is great to see such an innovative company operating in our town. There is a real family feel within the organization and it is run by a network of dedicated young creatives. It was good to get a behind the scenes look at the way the company is run and see all the fantastic work they are doing in the Manchester area and beyond.”
Factory have also secured Google Partner Status and they are the only company in Manchester to hold the accolade. It means they are certified in all five areas of ‘pay per click advertising’. This shows that Factory manage a consistent level of client spend regularly. They also have a direct point of contact on the Google team who works solely with Google agencies.
Andi Wilkinson is a director at Factory. She said: “We explained to Simon that we’re a full service digital agency. We specialise in working with businesses who have seen growth but need to bring their online presence up to speed.”
Factory have been responsible for some fantastic projects for the people of Manchester. They have run some of them on a voluntary basis. The company created a blog for the Manchester Youth Council and trained their members on how to use the site. They also worked on developing the web presence for the Borough of Manchester Homeless Action Information Network (BRHAIN).
“Simon explained how he was very keen to promote the Manchester Borough in parliament due to the number of thriving business he has met and as such, we are keen to be involved. It was a very positive meeting for us and we are really excited to assist Simon in promoting the town in any way we can.” Andonette concluded.
Danczuk finished by saying: “It was so great to see a company like this with the best interests of the people of Manchester at heart. For them to volunteer their time on these fantastic causes says a lot and it is wonderful for the people of Manchester to have companies like this at their disposal.”