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“With the website being a key tool for any business, getting it right is a priority. Indigo Marmoset guided us through the process for creating a clean, fresh and search-engine friendly website and really took their time to understand what was right for the business whilst ensuring it represented what I wanted from a brand and strategic perspective as a director. Matt and Murray delivered on time and budget and I would recommend them to anybody looking for a professional web design Kingston to really add value to their business.”Anne-Marie
“I had an old website that was looking a bit tired, could not be found in Google and wasn’t generating any new business enquiries. Matt and Murray at Indigo Marmoset built me a new website that was the complete opposite of my old site! It looks modern, really communicates the benefit of using my driving school over my competitors and is now ranking well on the first page of Google for people searching for driving instructors in Epsom. I am now getting a steady stream of new enquiries helping me to drive my business forwards (excuse the pun!). So if you are looking for a web design company that understands marketing and can make a real difference to your business, I would not hesitate to recommend Indigo Marmoset.”Gavin Saunders
“Indigo Marmoset designed and built my Word Salon website. As I was setting up a new business on my own, it was really important to me to work with a company who would understand my needs and budget and ensure that I could be comfortable asking lots of questions. Indigo Marmoset were both of these things. I am immensely proud of my first website, which has the look and content that I was looking for. I also greatly valued the extensive proactive advice that Matt and Murray provided on how to link up with social media, improve on Google rankings and ensure that response and activity could be measured. Murray is very quick to respond to any questions and make any changes, which has led to an extremely smooth process, completed more quickly than I anticipated. I believe that Matt and Murray really understand what is needed by the start up and small business and therefore I would have no hesitation in recommending their web design and web marketing services.”Elizabeth Hibbert
Kinston, officially known as Kingston upon Thames is the principal settlement of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thomas in the southwest of London. Originally Kingston began as a market town used by Saxons to crown their kings. Located 12 miles South West of London, Kingston is a major metropolitan centre included in the London Plan. Lying approximately 10 meters above sea level, Kingston is located on the non-tidal part of the River Thames. Kingston used to be part of the large and ancient parish of Surrey county with the town being an ancient borough and was reformed in 1835.
Kingston has been home to the Surrey County Hall from 1893, even though in 1965 Kingston changed from being in the county of Surrey to being part of Greater London. The town centres is mostly in the KT1 postcode area, except for some areas north of Kingston railway station being in the KT2 postcode area. The population of Kingston comprises of four wards being Canbury, Norbiton, Tudor and Grove, in the 2011 census was listed as have a population of 43,013.
Modern Kingston now has one of the largest and busiest shopping centres outside of central London. Including a diverse selection of popular high street stores and many independent retailers and boutique shops. The most notable major retailer in Kingston is Bentalls, first opened in 1867 by Frank Bentall in Clarence Street where it can still be found today.
Other notable facts about Kingston include Richmond Park (one of the oldest Royal Parks in the UK) which is located between Kingston, Roehampton and Richmond. Also Kingston was the venue for four Olympic cycling events in the 2012 summer games, the men’s road race, women’s road race, men’s road time trial and women’s road time trial.