We wanted something web 2.0 that had a cleaner look for our visiting clients.
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) November 03, 2012
DealCapital.com Launches New Website for Merger & Acquisition Advisory Services
Deal Capital, a boutique investment bank network with nationwide reach, recently launched a new website showcasing services for middle market mergers and acquisitions. The complete site redesign comes as part of a larger and improved marketing strategy for Deal Capital. The new site is intended to showcase the company’s expertise while at the same time garnering more traffic, leads and sales by means of the internet. Deal Capital hopes the latest site improvements and additions will better reflect a long term vision of dominating the boutique M&A market.
The new site helps outline Deal Capital’s goals, priorities, expertise and objectives for its clients. It does this in a number of ways. First, the new look and feel help bring the website into the world of Web 2.0. “We wanted something that would provide a clean, but professional façade for our client and partner-facing website,” says Troy Jenkins, Director of Marketing. “We wanted to ensure the site adequately reflected who we are as a company, while at the same time providing a means for us to reach a larger audience as the company grows.”
Secondly, the site showcases past successes of the company and its partners like never before. “We were aiming to give more information to potential new clients looking to find financial consulting expertise for buy and sell-side transactions,” says Jenkins. “In short, we wanted to put our best foot forward.” The latest site launch displays completed transactions, more full bios of company management and a greater- enhanced M&A blog experience.
Finally, the site is much more focused on the positive effects of partnering with the company. With a more comprehensive outline of what is gained from private equity and corporate M&A partnerships with the firm, the site gives ample reason to engage in a long-term partnership arrangement. By partnering with DealCapital.com, M&A firms and private equity groups are better able to expand their own businesses and increase revenues.
Deal Capital originally started as a boutique investment bank in Seattle, WA, but has since expanded its reach across the country by engaging in strategic partnerships with other local boutique banks providing corporate M&A expertise. To see the company’s latest site launch or learn more about the products and services offered by Deal Capital, please visit the corporate website at http://www.dealcapital.com/ .