Websters, a Leuven-based web & marketing agency and ACERTA, the Leuven-based leading HR services group, have closed a partnership to help starters get a foothold on the internet.
National research shows that a whopping 81,9% of starters still miss out on business opportunities provided by the internet. This leads to more difficulties in customer acquisition which is deemed as the biggest challenge, indicated in ACERTA's research as such by the starters themselves. By cooperating with Websters, ACERTA is now the first social security fund that also offers web guidance to starters.
Suleyman Aydogan, Managing Director Websters mentions “We received government support through VLAIO in helping us develop tools to increase companies' skills on the internet, tailored to the needs of starters, because it's a huge necessity. Building the website is just the 'box', we also take care of its content. Everything must be right and that's why, together with ACERTA, we offer a package deal which will help numerous starters, entrepreneurs and self-employed to go online without worries."
Through ACERTA & Websters, starters, entrepreneurs and self-employed will have a responsive website that looks the part, is easy to read and modify. Websters also makes sure that websites and webshops grow along with the companies, always tailor made to everyone's needs.