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Zeald prepares for expansion with new premises

17 December 2010

Zeald prepares for expansion with new premises

It’s a new home for the New Year as Albany website development company Zeald moves into a new building at 28 Constellation Drive this weekend [18-19 December].

Initially all 50 staff will relocate to Constellation Drive until a new building for the sales team is ready in March in the Tawa Drive office park. This will be easily accessed from the Greville Road off-ramp and with plenty of carparking, Auckland-based customers will notice the familiar striking blue Zeald branded signs.

Customers can expect the same level of service from Zeald throughout the move and there will be no changes to website hosting services, as servers are located off-site.

Chief Executive David Kelly says, “Our move to new premises was unexpected but has provided us with a host of new opportunities to grow and expand in 2011, both here and in Australia.”

Mr Kelly says the new premises also give Zeald the opportunity to structure their operations and sales hubs so there is more flexibility.

“We’re looking at offering our e-consultants more flexitime as well as hot desking facilities so they can use their time more efficiently,” he says.

In just ten years, Zeald has grown to become the market leader in website development, producing 3,000 websites and currently delivering two websites a day for its clients. This growth is attributed to a nationwide team of e-consultants that take a one-on-one approach to website development and marketing solutions. Brothers David and Brent Kelly along with cousin Hamish Braddick created the company in 2000 after graduating from Massey University.

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