Millard & Company is a boutique litigation firm specializing in employment and human rights law.
Relentless has been working with Millard & Company since 2012 when the firm was called “Symes Street & Millard”. We have redesigned and rebranded their current website and continue to provide digital consultation, analytics Insights, and technical support on an ongoing basis.
We hired Relentless to rebuild our website and to provide online marketing strategy and support. We could not be happier with the results. The people at Relentless understood our vision and made it happen. The website looks fantastic and we constantly receive good feedback from clients and colleagues.
The online marketing advice has made a real difference to our business. We saw an immediate increase in traffic to the website and in new client calls. Working with Relentless is one of the best marketing investments that we have made.Ben Millard
Relentless recently helped Millard & Company rebrand their corporate image as part of the firm’s name change. We started by designing a new logo, and then redesigned the website itself for a cohesive brand experience. Our team then applied the new design to the 100+ pages of existing website content. As we were also changing the domain name of the site, great care was taken to map all of the old URLs over to the new ones in order to preserve positions on the search engines.
We look forward to continuing to work with Millard & Company in the years to come.
Relentless has recently built a new website for Symes Street & Millard LLP, a boutique civil litigation firm located in downtown Toronto. The scope of work included a complete Branding and Identity overhaul, Web Design including a mobile version, and WordPress Integration.
Relentless enjoyed building the www.ssmlaw.ca website and is currently engaged to provide Insights Services on an ongoing basis.
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