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How to Apply for Business Grants Online in Australia

Raising funds is one of the most important things to think about, whether you are a startup looking to develop a mobile app or an established business that wants to take it to the next level.

There are plenty of options available to do this these days, from finding investors, creating a crowdfunding campaign or even borrowing money from friends and family to raise funds.

One great way to do this is to apply for a business grant from the Australian Government. Business grants can provide you with funding anywhere from $500 to $2,000,000, depending on the nature of your business. Although it takes a considerable amount of effort to apply to one, it is well worth the time as the business grants are non-repayable, unlike investors who would typically demand partial ownership of your business (equity) or request repayments depending on their contract with you.

1. Access the grants website business.gov.au/Assistance

Depending on the nature of your business, you will want to apply to a different set of business grants available. On the Grants & Assistance page, there is a form that will help you search and list the most appropriate grants for your type of business.

2. Select the reason for your application

This is where you will choose the reason for applying to your business grant.

  • If you are a startup / business that has only an idea but is looking for a grant to research and develop your idea into an actual product, then click on “research and develop a novel idea”.
  • If you are a startup / business that wants to expand their existing business or to scale, then click on “expand my business”.
  • If you are startup / business that has an existing product developed, understands your market and has intellectual property rights to your product, you would want to “commercialise a product”.
  • Similarly, if your need for a grant relates to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, Arts, Disaster Assistance, heritage projects, hiring more employees, training existing employees etc. then select the appropriate categories.

3. Choose your State, Industry, Annual Turnover and Years of Operation

Your selections here will also influence the type of business grants that the website will suggest you apply for.

Not all grants are necessary for you to apply for, especially if your startup / business is within a certain industry. Some grants are only offered to applicants who are within a specific industry or specific lifecycle / stage of their business.

Click on the “Show Assistance” button and the website will list the grants that are most relevant to you.

4. Go through the list of suggested business grants

Click into every business grant that is listed to you and have an in-depth read of the requirements for each grant.

Inside the business grant information, you can click on “Tell Me More”, which will give you information on:

  • The overview of the grant
  • Who the grant is targeted towards
  • Who can apply
  • The eligibility criteria
  • How to apply.

5. Commence applications on relevant business grants

Once you have read through the list of suggested business grants, decide which ones you may want to apply for. Choose the most relevant grants for your startup / business that you should apply for and don’t waste time on ones that aren’t, as it is time consuming to try apply for every grant and you will need solid detailed research and solid preparation to build your grant application.

Depending on the business grant, you may be able to apply directly on the website or you may have to contact an external government department to start your application.

6. Do enough research and preparation before submitting the application

Make sure you do enough research to back up why the government should provide you with the business grant. Your should:

  • Have prepared a professional, but unique application.
  • Have outlined a solid business strategy.
  • Understand all the necessary requirements and upkeep for the grant.
  • Make sure the grant is the right fit for your business.
  • Keep an eye on the grant deadlines.

Considering the high number of applications for Australian business grants, half-complete applications or ones that aren’t thoroughly researched enough will most likely be rejected.

 

The Ultimate App Launch Checklist Before Going Live

As easy as it may seem to be, the launch of a mobile app takes bucket loads of time and serious commitment to put all the pieces together in a organised fashion. App development is only the beginning of the story!

Did you know: The average number of monthly launches for mobile apps worldwide in June 2015, with a per month launch, was as follows:

  • Gaming – 8.8
  • E-commerce/Retail – 9.2
  • Technology – 10.5
  • Media Entertainment – 12.3
  • Travel/Lifestyle – 12.7

 

Considering the fact that having an app marketing plan in place is crucial to the success of every app out there, app developers and business owners need to make sure they have the right tools technology for a successful launch.

With that in mind… here is a guideline to the things you need to check off of your list before releasing your app

1. Do your market research

When you research the key competitors from your app category, you have the chance of receiving great insight as to what your target audience values in an app.

Always be prepared to have an answer to the following questions:

  • How are other apps named?
  • Are they memorable?
  • Which categories are they targeting?
  • Which keywords are they ranking high for?

 

Another great way to tap into the market is to look at the reviews of competing apps and make a list of all of the good and bad comments. This will help you have a better understanding of what matters to your customers the most and what turns them away.

 

2. The power of positive feedback

The question you need to ask yourself here is, who are the real target customers of your app? What usually happens after developing a couple of great app features is that the team sends in their feedback afterwards. However satisfying their reviews may be, they do not represent your target audience.

What you can do instead is to identify your target customer, find out which channels will help you reach them and recruit beta testers.

Beta testers represent your first opportunity of getting some unbiased first-hand feedback from your target audience.

 

3. Planning the marketing activities for your app

Unfortunately, planning the entire marketing activity for an app is one of the most neglected areas of app development. But the marketing team is the one responsible for planning the go-to-market strategies for your app and understanding every built-in feature.

Take a look at this pre-launch activity checklist that should be included into your marketing plan:

  1. Find out the USP of your app
  2. Optimise for the App Store
  3. Choose an app name
  4. Choose relevant keywords – one of the most important aspects that help people discover your app
  5. A description to indicate your key message
  6. Create a preview trailer
  7. Blog about the development process on your website
  8. Plan your beta test
  9. Create a promotional channel list
  10. Shortlist forums
  11. Outreach plan
  12. Create a press kit
  13. Promotional deadlines

 

4. Planning the app release date in advance

The most important reason for planning a release date in advance is to ensure it gets press coverage. The reason for this is that marketers usually have to deal with delays in the project deadline and are later faced with an unplanned release date as soon as the app is ready.

 

Going through every phase of the checklist will help you prepare for the launch of your mobile app accordingly. If you want to have a professional pre-launch campaign for your mobile app, get in touch with one of our representatives and be ready to experience the work of world class app developers Sydney and Melbourne, today!

App Development Predictions for 2016

When referring to app development, the best way to predict what future trends are going to look like is to figure out the right combination of what people want, what people need, and what is possible with today’s mobile technology advances.

While statistics show there is no argue to the fact that mobile app technology is a key insight to the successful outcome of any business today, mobile app development is still on the rise. With approximately worldwide mobile app revenues of 45 billion dollars in 2015 alone, it is estimated that the industry’s numbers will reach 58 billion by 2016. (Source)

How can app development influence the profitability of your business? Although it may be hard to know exactly what app features are best suited to your company needs, mobile marketing technological advancements indicate that app development should be on your top priority list.

Did you know: Almost a billion smartphones have been sold in 2015 and the number is expected to go over 10 billion mobile internet devices in use by 2016, according to techinasia.com. If you are thinking about developing a mobile app for your business, contact one of the representatives at EB Pearls for a quote.

 

What are the current mobile app development trends that the market is focusing on?

  • Social networking mobile app – the fastest growing and most demanded apps among users.
  • Context marketing that is improving user experience through mobile app frontend usage.
  • Location-based services. A multi-billion niche for mobile app markets.
  • Mobile search for e-commerce – makes consumer experience easier while looking for products or comparing prices between vendors.
  • Standalone and moving objects recognition. This refers to those apps featured with sensor and processing capabilities.

 

Bonus Tip: According to statistics, 46% of mobile app users paid for their apps and the number is expected to reach over 268 billion downloads by the end of 2016.

With that in mind, here are some of the most influential app development trends for 2016:

Demand for enterprise apps continues to grow: This means that organisations need to keep their employees more connected to a specific end goal in order to meet their demands. Whether it refers to design, integration or security, every developer will have to synchronise their capabilities to the increasing enterprise app demand.

A better user experience: The most important thing for a superior client experience is the communication that exists between developers and designers. As end users are increasingly demanding a better user experience, app development no longer looks at keeping individuals in a certain app for as long as possible, but rather looks at enabling an intuitive user experience.

The fascination with Big Data: Did you know that only 1% of all apps are using cognitive services today? The hype around Big Data has been present in the marketing industry for years, however, it is still a work in progress. For 2016, you can expect updates in machine learning, real-time data-as-a-service, algorithm markets, Spark, and more.

Size matters: Not only are there plenty of devices and screen sizes available on the market right now, but developers also have to find a solution to figuring out how an app will look like and how it will work on various devices (for example, smart watches).

A new world to be discovered: In other words…IoT, also known as the Internet of Things. As more and more things are getting connected, apps will be required to track or manage them. It is very probable that these apps will have a lot to say about the selling process, too!

Bonus Tip: 34% of IoT developers today are building apps that require real-time data analysis and processing 50% or more of the time, according to the Evans Data’s Internet of Things Study from 2015.

 

Are you interested in adopting new ideas for your mobile app development plans for 2016? Get in touch with us here for an obligation-free consultation.

3 Common Challenges That Small Businesses Face Online

Owning a small business is sometimes… anything but small. If you are a small business entrepreneur you probably know what we are talking about. Sometimes, the challenges that small online businesses like yours face are nothing short of exhausting.

But if you want to make it big in the world of online sales you have to learn how to avoid the issues that cause most small businesses to get out of the game in the first 5 years.

 

The most important advice we can give you, is to plan ahead. This is the only way you will be ready to face the marketing challenges that lie ahead and, even better, overcome them.

Let’s talk about the 3 most common challenges that small businesses face in the online marketing world today:

1.  Not giving enough credit to your online presence

Some entrepreneurs don’t even take the time to build a professional online presence. Big mistake!

The first thing people turn to when they need something is the web. It’s where everybody is at and if you are not on it, your business is certainly missing out. But, as basic as this first challenge may seem, it is often overlooked even by social media and online business giants.

If you are not doing it on a regular basis, then you are not doing it at all. The reality is… an online presence is one of the most rewarding features of running a small business, if not the most rewarding.

Let’s take your website for instance. Where else can you grow the number of your “online shop” visitors in a very short period of time? Your website is the number one place where you can convince your customers that you are worth it.

So before you establish an online presence with your website, you need to learn how to create a strong visual brand that takes your business message across the online environment.

Nowadays, one of the most important website features is called “responsiveness” (the website adapts to the size of the screen it is being accessed from).

Do you already have a responsive website for your business? If not, click here

2. Expecting  too much too soon

It takes time to build a strong brand, no matter what type of business you are in. Miracles don’t happen overnight, especially if you are on your own. Think about your long-term goals instead of focusing on the moment frenzy.

Taking things step by step is the only solution to building a powerful online brand. It’s easy to get distracted by tangents along the way, so keep your mind on the final result. When you invest a lot of time and personal effort on your online presence, you probably expect new prospects to be flooding in.

That isn’t usually the case.

But, if you do wish to speed things up a bit, there is a simple solution to help you achieve that: creating a mobile app to complement your website. Did you know that in 2015, more people accessed a website from a mobile device than from a desktop PC? This only goes to show that mobile apps and mobile websites are the next thing in the online world. Actually, they are already the thing!

Are you flirting with the idea of having a mobile app? Click here to learn more.

3. Doing it all on your own

Things might seem pretty easy to work with in the beginning. This goes without saying. But you will notice that, after some time, the pressure will become too much to handle. Perhaps you are reluctant to having new members on board… but this will eventually become necessary.

And that is good news!  The more profitable your business becomes, the more people you will need to have around you.

And if other team members can’t do the job, a website and app development company certainly will.

That is the definition of growing your business into a powerful money-making machine: in today’s flexible world, you don’t need to hire people in order to grow your business. All you need is to know where you can find the collaborators that can take your online presence to the next level.
Are you ready to boost your online presence with a modern, customised website and a branded mobile app that are focused around ROI and conversion optimisation? Then contact one of our representatives today at 1800-857-679 or click here.

How to Make the Most of Captured Leads

Every business owner’s goal is to attract more customers to their business, grow their profits, and stay on top of the game at all times. What are you doing to be on top of the news every day?

When it comes to the online environment your website is the first contact people have with your business. You want to bring new visitors to your website and those visitors to turn them into your customers.

But what if the visitor never comes back to your website? The thing is that the first impression is vital in every domain. And even though the visitor chooses to be just a visitor at first, you can convince them to return as buyers.

Marketing Automation

Marketing automation is a process created to help you manage and accomplish your marketing tasks in a more effective way. Its purpose is to save you time without damaging the authenticity of your content.

More importantly, marketing automation is designed to help you get more traffic to your website and earn new customers. The tool has an impressive effect on closure stages and conversions. More specifically, marketing automation allows you to take care of your leads in the whole buying process, sending them personalised emails and messages.

Email Marketing

Email marketing contains newsletters, emails to keep in touch with your customers and contacts, transactional emails, and campaign emails.

The purpose of email marketing is to strengthen the relationship you already have with your customers, to bring new customers, recycle the visitors to your website, and boost their trust and keep doing business with you.

Did you know? According to Madison Logic 122 billion emails are sent per hour.

Social Media

Everyone knows the power of social media. Having a profile of your business on social media platforms is vital. With the help of social media you can have your visitors following your business and interacting with it on a whole new level. Some of your follower may not be your customers yet, but by keeping in touch with them you make sure you are always on top of their mind when they decide to make a purchase.

Imagine you are posting news, product/service releases, or sharing something on social media; any of these situations is a different chance for you to recycle visitors back to your website.

Remarketing

Remarketing is the strategy that allows you to show ads to people who have visited your website or used your mobile apps. It is an intelligent and efficient method to recycle your visitors and possibly turn them into your customers.

There are multiple ways on how to use remarketing with Google: standard remarketing, video remarketing, remarketing for mobile apps, dynamic remarketing, and remarketing lists for search ads. You can choose to use one of them… or all of them.

Growth Hacking: How Do You Control Your Online Business Growth?

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Do you want to have a bigger, better, more successful business? Growth Hacking is a new marketing strategy in making your business grow. And it has nothing to do with “hacking” as you know it.

Who is a growth hacker?

A growth hacker is someone who is focusing only on growing your business. It is not better than a marketer, it’s just different.

Every initiative, strategy, action, and every plan made by a growth hacker has only one purpose: business growth. When you focus on doing one thing, and one thing only, it’s suddenly easier to achieve your goals because you become more efficient in working towards accomplishing your goals.

First: Capture early traction

Set a clear goal

It is highly important to set one goal at a time. One single goal offers a clear image on how to run things.

Imagine you have to cook something at home: at first, you decide the dish you want to make. Knowing the dish, you write a grocery list, then you go shopping. Then you wash, cut, pour, shake the ingredients. Finally, you put them together in a pot and you can see how the dish starts to come alive.

If you have one clear goal you can split it into several little goals that need to be achieved. Day by day, customers by customer, email by email, meeting by meeting, and the list keeps going until you have reached your goal.

Go for the things that don’t scale

The things that don’t scale are the things you will need to do over and over and they can’t be automatic. For example, when Tinder was trying to attract people in using their app, they used to organise parties at US colleges having one rule: They had to download the Tinder app.

Now, we’re not saying you should start throwing parties to your business’ detriment. Just think that during your business road to success, you might need to do some things that don’t bring you an immediate profit.

Already have people interested in your product/service? Use it to your advantage

Having people that already like your products gives you an advantage: they might like your next product/service. So, the smart thing to do is reach out to your existing users and let them know first about your new product developments. Sending them an email with a powerful Call To Action is just the first part of the story:

  • You can give something for free or an offer they can’t say no to – Everyone loves free things. The word “free” on its own will draw attention to your business. Take as example Hotmail. At its opening in 1996, Hotmail announced “Get Your Free Email at Hotmail”. From 20,000 users it moved up to 1 million users in just six months.
  • Start a competition and give one of your products as a free giveaway – Because most people are excited about competitions, especially when they can win something for free.
  • Create a campaign where the existing users mention a friend – This is a nice way of reaching new customers through your existing users.
  • Send emails to show them how to use the product – Showing people how to use your new product can make them trust it sooner, and if they trust your product and your business you might find yourself with a new customer.

Second: Get the first customers

Create the type of product that you would buy too

People really love and appreciate quality. So, if you want to get new customers you need to create an amazing product. Even if it is a redesigning a product that everybody uses, it must bring quality and an extra advantage to the question “Why should I be interested in using this new product when I already have that old product I love?”.

Take as example Tesla Motors. Their excellence in crafting their products make the products sell themselves. And that’s not all. Besides the products’ exceptional features, Tesla cars are electric vehicles, so their added advantage is an environmentally friendly product.

Get the right partners

The right partners not only help you in growing the business, but finding partners that your target audience also trusts will make your prospects look at your brand from a new perspective. It’s the same thing as when you are choosing your friends: Tell me who you hang out with so I can tell you who you are.

Launch on a Tuesday

It is proven that traffic on most websites decreases on weekend. On Friday’s people are too excited about the weekend and on Mondays they are still recovering from the weekend. So, Tuesday is the most efficient day of the week to organise a product launch.

Choose Exclusivity

Exclusivity makes people think that they are a part of something important and special. You can use this to your business advantage. Sending exclusive invitations is a wonderful growth hacking strategy. Think about Pinterest. When it was launched you could get access to it only if you had an invitation. It made you feel like you are part of something really special, an exclusive community that not a lot of people have access to.

Pinterest also sent emails to inform their potential users that the waiting list is quite long, reassuring them that they are doing everything in their power to allow everyone to join. This situation created buzz and everyone wanted to be on Pinterest. In just 3 years, Pinterest reached over 70 million users; they started with just 10,000.

Use branding as leverage (Powered By)

Branding is something that you can use to your advantage in growing your business. For example, you can co-brand an embeddable product or widget.

– Did you know…? Words like “Powered By…” attract 30% more people to sign up. Basically, here you have a free marketing strategy.

Include your company name as part of your real name

If you are leaving comments on blogs or post something in communities, you should consider including your brand’s name as a part of your name. This way, every time you post, people will remember your company’s name too.

It all sounds like a rather simple thing to do, but getting customers is really not an easy job. One of the hardest things to do is going from the prelaunch strategy for your new product into getting customers. This means that you need to build a product or service that has a powerful market requirement. The good news is that you don’t need to get everything done at the same time. The process is like building a house: brick by brick.

Pre-release your iOS app for loyal testers

 

iOS is possibly the most engaging marketplace for app innovators. Apple has an inbuilt testflight tool which allows us to share our apps to known community before it gets released to public. We find this process being really helpful especially during focus group testing.

Apple testflight allows us to invite up to 1000 users external tester. App must pass Beta App Review before you can invite your external testers to test it. The build will be available to them for 30 days after the invitations are sent.

The external testers will receive email directing them to use the TestFlight app on their iOS devices to accept the invitation. TestFlight can be downloaded from the invitation email or the App Store. To continue testing after the 30-day period expires, we have to upload another build. Note: We must include all email address of people who we wished to share app before app submission.

Solve social problems with app development

It would seem that with the meteoric rise of a phenomenon referred to as “social media”, those who spend time using the various platforms falling under this umbrella would be living connected, social lives. And yet the truth is, the more deeply entrenched in social media society gets, the more tied to our mobile devices we are and the more isolated we’re becoming. How can we truly create connections and relationships through social media – and solve social problems while we’re at it?

Here are just some points to keep in mind when creating the sort of website or mobile app that does real good – while connecting its users:

What does the public actually need? You may be tempted to solve all of society’s ills in one fell swoop, but the truth is that it’s best to niche down at first, then expand later if growth is sustainable. Determine what your area of expertise will be. Will you put an end to bullying? Give teachers tools for reaching students? Connect people with their neighbourhood? Work on developing an angle which will not only present the solution to a problem but also a sense of connection.

How does the public need to see it? In other words, how can you best deliver your message/solution? Do a little research (ask questions, create a survey) into how your app or website should best be presented for ease of use. For instance, if you’d like to teach kids about social issues, why not give them quizzes that will encourage them to learn more about topics and compare their scores with friends? This presents the message in a way kids can relate to while giving them incentive to earn higher scores.

Focus on connection. When designing apps and websites for adults, focus on the connection aspect of your idea. Adults are aware of the fact that we’re less connected to each other than ever before. One app which addresses this issue connects people with their neighbours, providing a sense of community, while also giving them a real-world network of social opportunities, potential babysitters…you know, the sort of networking we used to do face-to-face.

Social media can have a purpose, and it can do good – all we need is creative minds willing to work on bringing us together, and companies with the skill and expertise to bring such an idea to life in an engaging, marketable way.

5 ways to make money from a mobile app

Business owners considering mobile app development may wonder whether the time, effort and money involved in a new mobile app is worthwhile. And yes, while the cost may seem prohibitive, what many fail to take into account is the array of options for making money from a mobile app. Here are just a handful of examples:

  • Use it as a shopping cart. The easiest way to make money through an app is by linking it to your website’s shopping cart and allowing for purchases to be made in-app. Since so many consumers spend time on mobile devices while they’re on the go, it makes sense to direct sales efforts towards a mobile app to make it simpler for customers to make a purchase whenever the mood or need strikes.
  • Create a paid app. The next easiest way to earn money through mobile app development is by charging users to download. Of course, there has to be a reason for your users to pay, so the emphasis needs to be placed on delivering high quality content and support to those who download.
  • Offer advertising. Perhaps you don’t feel as though there’s a strong enough market for your app to warrant charging a fee and know that your app should be free to download. How do free apps make money? They sell advertising space to other businesses. An Android or iPhone app developer will know the best presentation for these ads, how your users would best appreciate them, how to make them unobtrusive, etc.
  • Sell your app. Even if your app isn’t making money for your business via downloads or sales of your products, you can still make money by selling it to another company who can take it and retool your framework to make it work for their own purposes.
  • Find vendors to white label your concept. Developing a basic app, such as a social media platform, which can be configured to suit the needs of multiple businesses is another way to do the work once, then continue to reap the rewards as your mobile app is purchased by interested customers.

App developers in Sydney can rest easy knowing that mobile app development can be very lucrative for their clients, as well as for themselves. Mobile app development isn’t going anywhere as an industry, after all, and it’s always best to go where the customers and money are.

Build Your Next App for the Apple Watch

Apple watch is easily the most highly anticipated timepiece of the century, and by far the most versatile. In addition to the exceptionally customisable watch face, allowing user’s to view time on their own terms, its accuracy is unparalleled, self-checking and adjusting the time according to global standards, varying time zones, and daylight savings time.

Experts predict Apple watch will change the way users communicate, play, keep fit, stay organised, listen to music, and more. All apps begin as an idea, and when you’re ready to turn yours into a reality, understanding the apps development process, and choosing the right agency are the keys to your success.

 

The Apps Development Process

Apple applications are held to the highest standards for reliability, performance and content, and must conform to a rigid series of guidelines and a lengthy review process before being approved. This is where apps development experience counts, getting your idea to market in a timely manner, and helping to realise its full potential.

  1. Growth. Know your target market, and grow your idea into application that a wide range of users not only want, but need.
  2. Design. This is the area of apps development that sets your app apart from the competition, with the right combination of function and form. Third party apps for Apple Watch require two distinct files: one for the watch itself, and the other as a WatchKit extension, running on the users iPhone. While they work together as a team, each has it’s own unique function: the Watch app storing only those files associated with the user interface, and the WatchKit app serving as the brains behind the operation.
  3. Testing. A working prototype is designed to ensure the app works to specifications, and bugs worked out prior to entering the marketplace.
  4. OptimisationApple is notorious for their fast-paced, rapidly changing technology and platform updates. Once the apps development process is complete, you’ll want to extend the lifespan of your app through continuous optimisation and developer support.

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In anticipation of Apple watch, the market for apps development is on the rise, as the value and potential of this latest technology becomes more apparent. Because of the unique two-tiered approach needed to ensure the success of a Watch app, choosing an experienced, knowledgeable developer is crucial. Contact the experts at EB ePearls today to begin building your app, for the first wearable technology on offer from Apple.

Must Ask Questions Before Hiring a Mobile App Development Company

From past few years, there has been a continuous rise in the demand for smartphones, tablets and other handheld devices. The number of consumers who search, browse and make purchases from their mobile devices is also increasing. As a result, mobile devices are rapidly becoming the number one choice for conducting all forms of business. Business owners have realised that getting an app build, is getting a means to attract and retain the customers in years to come.

A successful app has the ability to increase sales and deepen customer engagement, but if done wrong, it can do significant damage to your brand. Therefore, selecting the right mobile app development company is very important to make your app a successful one.

In this article, we have discussed five prime questions, which the business owners should ask the app development company before hiring them. They are listed below, kindly read ahead to know more:

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EB Pearls expands its office in London, UK

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First Sydney and Nepal, and now in London as well EB Pearls digital agency is seen flaring its motto: world class high quality service on time and on budget.

Aug 08, 2012 – Sydney, Australia (prlog.org) – In the line of their policy of expanding offices throughout the global centers which they call “a gesture of our priority for the convenience of our global clients”, ebPearls has set up its office in London as well. Explaining the reason behind its latest extension, the company says, “We have always great experience with our UK clients. We have perceived the wish and valued suggestions of our clients to see us physically on their land. So, having an office in London will give even more confident on our clients’ part and joy optimum on our part.”

As they have adopted Onshore-Offshore model, the new opening in the UK also falls in the alignment of their Onshore-Offshore policy. The company states, “We are an offshore company along with onshore presence for the convenience and cost effective experience of our customers”

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