Diginius Closes Seed Investment Round, Opens Development Office in Bristol

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Capital Investment to Speed Development of Online Advertising Tools for Client Companies

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Diginius opens office in Colston Tower, Bristol, UK

We are excited to achieve this milestone and the greater speed at which we will be able to develop and deploy tools for our client companies.

London based Diginius today announced that it has closed a seed investment offering with a group of private investors, and opened a development and client services office in Bristol. The news comes several months after the merger of Hugh Stables Software Consultancy and Diginius.

“We are excited to achieve this milestone and the greater speed at which we will be able to develop and deploy tools to our client companies in order to aid them in their online business efforts,” said Nate Burke, Diginius founder and CEO. “After spending 15 years in cutting edge internet business and technology, it gives immense satisfaction to work with great clients and deliver knowledge, tools and services that are not normally available to mid-size companies to help achieve high growth and profits for our clients and support their business initiatives.”

The core services provided by Diginius are lead generation and eCommerce services and solutions, with a strong bias to performance marketing. “We work hard to keep our base fees for services well below standard market rates, with performance incentives part of our remuneration,” said Burke. “This aids in aligning the interests of Diginius with the client, grows trust and a better working relationship, and focuses all parties on growing profitable business, which is essential to long term client retention.”

Diginius provides tools, services, and advice to its clients, ranging from pay-per-click management (PPC), search engine optimization (SEO), social media marketing, as well as tools for web business management. It is currently developing and deploying a suite of tools to aid in online commerce and generating quality leads for clients that internal sales staff can work to close.

“Bristol is an ideal location for software development, particularly the location in Colston Tower close to the University of Bristol,” said Diginius CIO Hugh Stables. “After spending 20 years in financial markets and financial markets technology it is refreshing to apply rigorous process and solid technology to an industry that is still in early stages of development. Delivering solutions that are appropriate to client needs are essential to long term success.”

“We tried multiple solutions and consultants before working with Diginius, each with varying levels of failure and significant cost,” said Matthew Januszek of Escape Fitness, a Diginius client and manufacturer and distributor of fitness products in multiple markets around the world. “We continue to refine our business practices and how we view online efforts, and look forward to working with Diginius further as we expand our business globally.”

Diginius works with online retailers and brands, as well as business to business (B2B) clients that wish to grow their sales leads. “Our sales staff values Diginius unique expertise and input and the increased traffic and leads from our website, and their resulting increases in sales and in commissions!” said Constantine Costa, Chief Executive of Food Alert, a leading London based Food Safety and Health and Safety Consultancy. “Diginius provides us not only high level advice, but detailed management of our online efforts.”

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