A New Experience for Visitors
Harpur Wealth Management has a new website and a bright new look to our online offering. The old website had become a bit like an old pair of shoes – comfy, but in need of a brush-up and polish. In fact, we’ve gone for a complete re-design. Across the website we’re offering the same features our clients have always appreciated – we’re just doing it better.
How’s the New Website Better?
First and foremost, it’s responsive. Our website now looks and responds equally well whether our clients are accessing it via mobile, tablet or desktop. It loads faster and we’ve taken care to update the navigation so it’s easy for visitors to get the information they need quickly and efficiently. We’ve also improved the look, and updated the font with the aim of making each page easier to read.
You’ll notice that we’ve changed the images we’re using, and updated our photos. We talk a good deal about the friendly and personable service clients can expect from each one of us a Harpur Wealth Management. Well, we thought we needed to demonstrate this by including the whole team in our ‘rogue’s gallery’, and update our images to match our 2020 selves!
Still the Same Values From Harpur Wealth Management
Whatever the improvements to how our new website looks and functions, the core values of Harpur Wealth Management remain constant. The recent rebranding exercise is in line with our ongoing goal to be considered the very best financial services company in Bedfordshire. To that end, everyone on the team continues to deliver professional, client-focused advice on insurance, estate and tax planning, as well as a comprehensive range of investment and financial planning services.
If you would like to know more about the financial services we offer, call us today on 01234 924620
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