Solving problems with websites...

If you are thinking about building a website we think you should talk to us as well as a web designer or creative agency.

It's not because we want to stop you doing it (we wouldn't want to spoil your fun and actually, we have built and host sites for a number of our clients). No, it's just that thinking you need a new website, or a logo, or a new social media campaign so often throws even greater challenges that really need dealing with first, or at least at the same time.

Double Ewe focuses on the things about your audience, your proposition and its delivery that pull your business together. And growing the business, sustainably in line with the aspirations of your stakeholders is the fundamental spadework we love doing for all sales, marketing, customer services, brand and investment propositions.

So, as you contemplate your re-brand, re-energising your sales effort, or building your new website... get in touch and we'll help you make it the success it deserves to be.

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What's in a name?

  • /dub'l-u/: is the twenty-third letter of the modern English alphabet and is derived from a double u to express the voiced consonantal sound heard at the beginning of the word 'wow'.

    Say it slowly.

  • is short for watt - the SI unit of power

  • is the chemical symbol for Tungsten (which used to be important for shedding light on things).

    Very illuminating

  • is used to denote the fall of a wicket when scoring in cricket.

    How's that?

  • W is the only letter of the alphabet with more than one syllable.


  • The word double-ewe is sometimes used as web long hand for the letter W; usually to avoid censorship when writing the three letter acronym, WTF.

    (Not that we would)

Why do acquisitions fail?

The single most often stated factor is poor integration. Where solutions exist, they vary, but most place the effort post-acquisition. So you might ask, all that financial due diligence and legal effort to define the asset and agree a valuation is worth what?

So how about improving the odds and doing the meaningful work up front? You could call it Non-financial due diligence.