Vehicle lease and contract hire company, Northern Vehicle Group Limited (NVG) has today launched it’s Helping Hand programme aimed at self-employed people who have either recently set up a business or are about to.
“I know from experience that when you run a small business or set one up there are a million things that need to be done. Overnight, you become the finance officer, the cleaner, the sales team, the administration department, in fact, you are responsible for everything. We want to work closely with our customers, help to grow their businesses and provide access to a plethora of useful resources which will afford them the time to concentrate on actually doing their business.” Said NVG Director, David Cooke.
NVG offer attractive leasing deals on all types of vans from all manufacturers, with prices starting at £200 per month. The company offers flexible leasing, short term rental, contract hire and will consider companies who may not have the cleanest credit records. The lease company’s new Helping Hand promotion is being launched in conjunction with web design company Sites43. Any customer signing up for a new lease deal on a van will be offered, free-of-charge, a professionally built, designed and written brochure-type website. The customer will own the site, domain and content, so they can move it to whichever host company they want, whenever they wish.
Sites43 Technical director, Adam Smith, says: “There are various offers available across the web for people to get a free website and whilst these may be OK for hobbies, clubs or societies, are they really the best choice for a business? First impressions count. You believe in your business, you want your customers to believe too. An individually built, designed and maintained website is one way people can create that all-important first impression.”
NVG believes that this offer is attractive even to those who may already have a web presence or have registered a domain name but do not know what to do with it. The Sites43 offer will connect customer websites to their social media offering too, so the site owner will only have to prepare once when sending new information to the web. There is 24/7 support and during normal hours there is a real person to talk to who will help guide website owners. Although the company says that if you can post on Facebook, you’ll find the system easy to use.
To find out more about Helping Hand, Sites43 or NVG and its services, visit www.sites43.com/nvg.