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Woodford Green firm offers a lending hand to small businesses with online ambitions

08:30 13 January 2013

Start-up businesses are being offered the chance to have their presence on the world wide web managed by a Woodford Green firm.

GMBO Ltd, Barnes Court, has launched New 2 Online, which allows it to create, design and manage a company’s brand identity and online presence.

Small businesses that use GMBO’s services can do so on a profit share and monthly lease basis.

GMBO creative director William Linard said: “With an estimated 4.8million businesses operating in the UK, standing out in the online world is essential and many fail to use the internet to its full potential.”

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