For this modest Perth agency, to not only be nominated for, but to win, Best Small Integrated Search Agency at the APAC Search Awards is an incredible honour and a testament to the great people working in and with Living Online.
Starting as a lone ranger cold-calling from his bedroom, CEO Evan Cunningham-Dunlop has grown his one-man-band business into a thriving specialist digital marketing and web design agency with a team of passionate, skilled consultants and developers.
Even though we are still a small team, we have achieved some mighty results in the past few years for our clients, including winning them their own national and international awards for the results we’ve generated and the websites we’ve developed. This comes down not only to the exceptional talent we have at Living Online, but the unspoken expectation that we will do whatever it takes to ensure our clients’ achieve their online objectives which, in the past year, has included pivoting strategies for multiple clients to ensure that they continue navigating the current COVID-19 climate with business assurity and success.
At our core, Living Online aren’t flashy. We don’t focus heavily on promoting ourselves or our services. Instead, we put all of our effort into providing the best possible experience and results for our clients, something we are immensely proud of. So when acknowledgement of our hard work is recognised by organisations such as the APAC Search Awards, it’s a dream come true.
When asked about the win, Cunningham-Dunlop states:
“As was the case for many, it’s been a difficult year, but for those in our agency to come together and to look at each challenge as an opportunity to change and improve how we do business for ourselves and our clients has been tremendous. We wouldn’t be in the strong position we are without that passion and enthusiasm that runs so strongly throughout the company.
“I’m so exceptionally proud of my team, and so thankful to the many clients who trust us with their business. Here’s to another year of growing bigger and better!”.