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Global Lingo has appointed Intermarketing Agency to reimagine a new website for their rapidly growing business following a recent three-way pitch win.

The business is one of the fastest growing language companies in the UK, and one of the only companies to specialise in minute-taking and transcription, as well as translation and interpreting services. It has enjoyed massive growth in recent years. Clients include three serving prime ministers, two of the world's leading oil companies, three of the world's largest banks and two of the top three Premiership football clubs.

The business decided to launch a new website which shows the full breadth and quality of its language services, demonstrates their commitment to customer service and reflects Global Lingo’s company culture. The launch will coincide with their head office move scheduled for later this year.

Richard Michie, Marketing and Operations Director, Global Lingo said: “I’m really pleased to announce that the project has been awarded to Leeds-based Intermarketing; they demonstrated the best understanding of our business and what the website needs to achieve. They also came up with some outstanding concepts for the design and navigation of the site. I’m convinced that the new website will make Global Lingo stand out as the company to rely on to deliver high quality translation and transcription services.”

Steve Sowden, Managing Partner, Intermarketing Agency said: “This is a great win for Intermarketing’s growing digital team, particularly as we were pitching against some of the region’s best digital pure players.”

Published on: 11:27AM on 19th July 2013