Strong client relationships are the backbone of RSMEDIA. The shift towards remote business relationships is a growing trend that will only continue to rise in this global economy. But it does present a unique set of challenges for those working remotely with clients. Building the trust that those relationships require can be challenging.
When we were approached by our latest client Williams & Croft (Toronto) to design their branding and website, We knew we were right for the job despite them being located in Toronto and us in Montreal. It was a challenge we gladly accepted because we have experience working with long distance clients and also clients from the financial sector. What we didn’t know was how pleasant it was going to be to work David Croft and Vicky Williams. They couldn’t be nicer people and really facilitated our job by giving us “carte blanche” to perform our work.
Usually the biggest challenge is building enough trust quickly so that we can focus on our work and the client on theirs so as to not waste time, energy and money and ultimately the project’s value. But in this case David was very clear from the start that he trusted us and our work 100% and actually made us feel great about undertaking this project.
From the get go when we started designing their branding, we soon realized how amiable they were going to be to work with and this harmonious relationship continued through to the website. David Croft and Vicky Williams couldn’t be nicer people to work with and they really facilitated our job by giving us “carte blanche” to perform our work. We couldn’t be happier to have worked with such professionals in the insurance industry once again proving that this type of long-distance client relationship not only can work, it can even flourish if the partnership is right.
On behalf of everyone here at RSMEDIA we’d like to thank David and Vicky for entrusting us with this wonderful project. We couldn’t be happier to have worked with such nice people and the next time we are in Toronto we’ll have to drop by and say hello!
If there’s one thing we can say here at RSMEDIA is that it’s never mundane. We get clients from all walks of life and from such varied industries. Mount Royal / Walsh is no exception. We are positively thrilled to have been given the opportunity to create their new website. In these times of worldwide pandemic it can be challenging to work with clients but we never back down from a challenge and this website was a pleasure to create. This because the folks at Mount Royal / Walsh were a joy to work for. They basically gave us “carte blanche” for this project and so we got started right away due to a tight deadline which was important to them at the time and that we respected of course.
On behalf of everyone here at RSMEDIA I’d like to thank Giovanni for being so affable and easy to work with. Also I’d like to thank Mr. Wayne Hynes for putting his trust in us to work for such a well respected entity in the marine community. We truly enjoyed this project and look forward to working with them again in the future!
So without further ado we present you the new website for Mount Royal / Walsh mrw-group.com
It is with much pride and delight that RSMEDIA announces the launch of our latest website for Oh! Lunettes Opticians. The new site features a modern design, improved functionality, Our design is more modern, intuitive and with this new look, we wanted to make the user experience as simple as possible. We believe we achieved this and we had great pleasure in creating this website for Caroline who is one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet ! And it’s just as well because this was one of the websites we created during the pandemic and with all the logistic difficulties this presented, Caroline couldn’t of been more accommodating. So a big thank you to her and everyone at Oh! Lunettes. We look forward to working with her again in the future!
We’d also like to thank our Photographer Jean Sébastien Senecal who did a great job as always. We insist on using him any chance we get because his skills are such an important part of what we do.
So without further ado we present you the new website for Oh! Lunettes Opticians www.ohlunettes.com
With a second wave of this pandemic looming, And the soon to be stay-at-home orders around the country. COVID-19 is teaching us some hard lessons, and the businesses that learn quickly are those that’ll stay afloat. These measures are quickly transforming our cities into eerie ghost towns. Recently the government had shut down most nonessential businesses, and the few left operating had to survive with little-to-no foot traffic. Now with a second wave on the horizon, will your business resist?
While your business might have been the go-to choice for many of your clients before, it now needs to adapt to the impacts of the coronavirus. Now, small businesses must compete for sales in a completely new environment: the digital world.
In the digital landscape, your business can thrive amidst social distancing orders and mandatory store closures. An online presence empowers you to engage customers, make revenue, keep workers employed, and ultimately keep your business alive – pandemic or no pandemic.
An online presence is no longer a nice-to-have. It’s a need-to-have.
Businesses who had an online presence before COVID-19 already had an astronomic advantage. Because while your storefront may have been complete with a wonderful display of your products and the friendliest of staff, that didn’t really do you any good if you were closed. This is where the importance of having a quality website comes into play. The beauty and presentation of your storefront needs to be translated into a website that represents the style and values of your brand. Additionally, just like how customer service is a top business priority, a proper professional website is intrinsic to the experience of your browsers. Most importantly, you want to take advantage of any sale you can get. Showing your customers that despite our global state you’re still operating business as usual on your website with another way to secure a purchase. And in a world with ample competition, you’ll want to take advantage of every opportunity you get, because if you’re not online to grab that sale, your competitors most definitely are.
This might be the perfect time to begin with e-commerce for your business.
COVID-19 proves that every business needs an online presence. Whether you like it or not, the world (even without the coronavirus) was already becoming more connected digitally than it was physically. A digital presence is essential to staying relevant and connected to your customers even if you don’t sell goods online. You will need to future-proof your business by establishing yourself online. It will not only help you through this pandemic, but it’ll also forever improve the way you engage with your customers in real-life and digitally. Even if COVID-19 hasn’t affected your brick and mortar business personally, it will in the future as its drastic effect on consumerism continues to heavily favor the rapidly expanding platform of online businesses.
There is no need to become another sad statistic of yet another closed business. We understand that businesses are trying to navigate through a very tricky time and we want to help.
We are there to help you every step of the way both:
Financially: We offer the option of paying in several payments with no interest.
Technically: We stay on to help for as long as you need us. You are never left alone and have our support and expertise when you most need it.
If you have any questions about how RSMEDIA can help your business,
please contact us online or call us at 514-258-5112.
Give us a shout before it’s too late… – We’re happy to talk to you !
As is customary with RSMEDIA clients, they usually become repeat customers and natural products store Retour Aux Sources is no exception. This latest redesign of their website is a much more sophisticated version than their previous one. It’s packed with much more features for the online store as well as a fresh new look, thanks to our very own Karine’s re-branding who did a wonderful job giving the store’s new business concept a fresh new look.
Francine the owner had decided to take the store in a new direction and she needed re branding to go with her new business concept. We thank her for her confidence in us and wish her the best of luck in her new endeavor.