The truth is, the route to working with Martin & Phillips was a little less conventional than our usual client experience. Sadly, we pitched for the website work and were given the call to say we had not been successful. Truthfully, this sucked and stung a little more than other times when we’ve not been selected as we felt we had built a great rapport with the guys behind the brand. Being nosy and well, wanting to understand why we missed out on the project, the decision was made on price. Fast forward four months and we had an unexpected call from the guys saying they’d made a mistake to put price first and were no further forward with the new website than when we spoke all those months ago and that their experience with the current website firm had been really disappointing. They asked whether we’d consider working with them to create the website – obviously it was a big fat ‘yes’ from us. We got such a good vibe from the owners the first time around that we didn’t hesitate to jump straight onto the project, with even more speed and energy than our usual Speedy McSpeedy approach, especially knowing they’d been so let down and were now well behind schedule. We’ve loved helping get this project off the ground and feel really proud of what we’ve created for the team and look forward to working with Martin & Phillips for many years to come.