Webfusion rewards small business with £2,000 laptop
A North London based small business Executive, Ellis Spero, is today celebrating winning a Dell Latitude laptop worth over £2,000 after participating in a survey for leading hosting company Webfusion.
The prize was awarded randomly as part of a customer survey that was conducted by Webfusion. Everyone who completed the survey and entered their contact details was automatically placed into a prize draw.
Mr Spero, the lucky winner, is using the laptop to benefit his promotional branding business Promo Branding, which he has been running using Webfusion’s hosting products and services for three years. He says, “The laptop is a fantastic prize: it’s a higher spec than our current system and so the business will benefit through an instant IT upgrade.”
“The laptop is very welcome, but it’s Webfusion’s service record I value more. For a smaller business like mine, friendly, professional service, quick response times and reliable hosting is imperative. Webfusion ticks all these boxes and makes sure my time is never wasted.”
Thomas Vollrath, chief executive of Webfusion says, “Our survey was created to allow us to understand more about the needs and wants of our customers. It’s great to see a small business benefiting from the prize draw.”
Webfusion Ltd is one of the UK’s leading web hosting groups with 1.4 million hosted websites and 2.5 million registered domains.
Ranked 28th in 2010’s Sunday Times Deloitte Buyout Track 100, Webfusion offers cost-effective, feature-rich hosting packages for a diverse customer-base – from web developers, designers and hobbyists to businesses with complex e-commerce operations. Winner of 2009’s SYB Award for Best Small Business Web Hosting Provider, Webfusion’s customers benefit from market-leading security and service including: 24×7 technical support, robust Firewall server protection, one click installation, access to FTP accounts and a state-of-the-art data centre. In April 2010 Webfusion was voted fourth in the Top 10 Hosting Providers in the UK.