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e-CBD Wins Again!

e-CBD is proud to announce we’ve received yet another Gold Coast Business Excellence Award to add to our growing collection.

e-CBD's Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards

The team is proud to have taken out the May award for Knowledge Management & Information Technology as it recognises the creative and innovative work we do in web design.

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This marks the fifth year we’ve taken home a Gold Coast Business Excellence Award.

It joins our growing collection that also includes the MACCAs Regional Media Awards for Best Website in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

Looking Good For 2018

The Gold Coast Commonwealth Games are just over 1,000 days away and it’s time for Gold Coast businesses to start setting their sights on 2018.

The city is looking good and with the world’s eye starting to turn towards us it’s important your website is looking good too.

Everyone from competitors to their families, the media and spectators are all going to start looking into what’s available on the Gold Coast. Whether you’re an accommodation provider, restaurant, retail store, transport service or local attraction, 2018 is going to be a busy year.

If you want to benefit from the visitors coming our way it’s essential you can be found online and look professional. Old, glitchy and hard to navigate sites are likely to send potential customers on to businesses with a better web presence.

To get your business ready for the Commonwealth Games talk to the Award Winning team at e-CBD. We can help with everything from building a dynamic new website to online marketing campaigns that drive business to your site.

It’s time to make sure your business stands out from the online crowd.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We respectfully acknowledge the people of the Yugambeh language region, the traditional owners of the land on which we stand, and pay our respect to their elders past and present, and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples who now live in the local area.

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