Design & Build

Chinese Web Site Design & Build

Our award-winning designers and technicians deliver high-end design, robust & scalable technology, underpinned with a strong focus on localising all output for the China market.

Key service areas include

  • Defining Branding for the China market
  • Content strategy for Baidu SEO
  • UX
  • CMS Build
  • E-commerce Build
  • Responsive Web Design

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Our Recent Work

Great British Food Program

Regroup developed the WeChat store for The Great British Food program, selling artisanal British food and drink brands to mainland China.

Manchester Metropolitan University

Regroup launched the new Chinese web site for Manchester Metropolitan University - “We are delighted with the launch of our new university website for China. This will strengthen the communication between our Chinese partners, students and parents by having a dedicated space to share information about the University.”
– Kay Morgan, Head of International Recruitment and Marketing at Manchester Metropolitan University

Exeter Academy

We are pleased to announce the launch of the official China web presence for Exeter Academy (http://exeteracademy.cn), designed and built by Regroup China.

Anglepoise

As part of ambitious plans in China, Regroup have overseen the design and build of a dedicated Anglepoise China web site (https://anglepoise.cn), the set up and maintenance of an official WeChat account, and the build of a WeChat store, allowing customers in mainland China to buy direct via WeChat.

Steelworks

We are happy to announce the launch of the Steelworks web site today - Steelworks is a state of the art student accommodation based in central Sheffield offering unrivalled social spaces and amenities with all that Sheffield has to offer being a short walk. - https://steelworks-students.com/

Billingham

Billingham Bags are a mark of quality and provide unrivalled protection for cameras and equipment. Regroup have established a solid footing for Billingham in China over the last 12-months via WeChat and Weibo, and the launch of a Chinese web site is the next logical step to increasing market share in the world’s largest market.