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Shave & Subscribe

Lead Generation

Shave & Subscribe is an online subscription service that regularly sends shaving products directly to their customers homes.

Private Label Supplements

Lead Generation

Private Label Supplements is an online supplement store that provides a bespoke service for their clients. They came to Castle looking for a complete revamp of their existing site, upgrading several features for wholesale purposes.

365 Gainz

Lead Generation

365 Gainz is an online fitness app offering tailored fitness programmes for a monthly subscription fee. Castle was able to rebrand the business, create a fully-functional, purpose-built website and market 365 Gainz to a wider audience.

Invisible Wounds

Lead Generation

Invisible Wounds is a specialist support charity who work with survivors of trauma. They required a highly accessible website and a new online brand identity to increase brand awareness.

DMF Wakefield

Lead Generation

DMF Wakefield is an online platform that provides and sells over 5000 consumables for a range of workshop services. Castle designed and built DMF Wakefield a new eCommerce platform to host their thousands of products.

Step Forward Homes

Lead Generation

Step Forward Homes is a not-for-profit housing company who came to Castle as they needed a marketing agency who could design and build a new easy-to-use website as well as manage their social media to increase brand awareness and maximise conversions.

Catalan Wines

Lead Generation

Catalan Wines are a company who specialise in the distribution of rare and exclusive wines from the Cataluña region of Spain to customers across the UK. Catalan Wines required a rebrand and eCommerce store to showcase their variety of products.

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