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Case study - WebBox Digital

WebBox delivers bespoke websites and performance marketing campaigns for sports, health and leisure organisations to increase leads, membership enquiries and online bookings. With our laser-focused targeting and eye-catching ads, we take organisations to the next level with an unrivalled level of transparency and collaboration. We have delivered great results for organisations like Perfect Stays, Group Accommodation, Welsh Athletics, Simply Gym, St. John Ambulance Cymru, Save Face, British Orthodontic Society and many more. We are a team of 16 based in Cardiff, with over 15 years of experience and specialists in web development, UX/UI design, and performance marketing strategies such as PPC, SEO, SocialMedia and Programmatic.

WebBox was born from an ambition to provide relentlessly responsive service and the dream started in a spare bedroom during the middle of a financial crisis in 2008 as our founder Will Roberts set about creating an agency that was focused on users and clients. We have come a long way since our first project to having our headquarters in Cardiff and working with clients around the world and delivering industry-leading projects and ambitious campaigns. 

We have won business through Sell2Wales which has helped us to broaden our portfolio and grow as a company. For example, we have gained work for St Mary’s Pharmaceutical Unit, part of Cardiff and the Vale University Health Board, which has expanded our portfolio within the health industry.

As organisations and individuals, we are increasingly dependent on information technology, websites and software in our daily activities. However, any restriction on the availability of a language within technology can affect how we use it during these daily activities. For Wales, this means that websites and applications should provide equal support for both Welsh and English, giving users the choice to use their preferred language. Our track record with developing bilingual websites stands us in great stead when meeting potential clients and tendering for new business.

One of the biggest challenges we have faced has been getting in front of the right types of businesses. The tenders that we are granted access to through Sell2Wales have allowed us to pitch for, and gain, local business. It’s great to keep the work within Wales and this has also helped us to get in front of more of the right businesses.

We also would recommend the Business Wales training events, which have offered invaluable practical advice from experienced professionals.

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