DBN means business

DBN means business

DBN proved to be a productive network for member Lime Design, which won work following a meeting.

John Turnbull of the Newcastle-based business, which delivers graphic design, branding, print, illustration and web design, met Barry King of CyberTek Consultancy at a meeting at the Derwent Walk Inn.

County Durham based CyberTek is an IT security consultancy, specialising in IT security audits and security compliance work. It also offers information security officer and data protection officer services as outsourced services and GDPR compliance consultancy. Its clients include professional services firms, the public sector and charities.

Barry asked John for a quote for CyberTek’s branding, business cards, leaflets, pop-up banners and a new website. Lime Design provided a quote which was about £2,000 less than one CyberTek had already received, and the firms agreed to do business.

John says: “We’ve been working with Barry and Donna on the branding, business cards, pop-up banners and one leaflet has been completed. We’re just waiting for the go-ahead to get on with the other leaflet and the website.

“Barry has been really good to work with and it’s great to have members of DBN working together.’’

Barry says: “We’ve been very happy with the work Lime Design has done for us. We had a couple of meetings with them and talked some ideas through and came up with what we wanted. They were easy to do business with.’’

Lime Design’s clients range from start-ups to blue-chip companies such as auctioneers Anderson & Garland, the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Lumley Castle.

Article by Peter Jackson.