Business growth simplified with a sleek new website design

We’re passionate about helping businesses like Appetite4Work grow

Sometimes in social clinics, two companies just click. That’s exactly what happened with Appetite4Work.

This recruitment business is designed to provide temporary workers to the hospitality industry! They’ve got a big team of over 2000 workers, and help provide bar staff, chefs, waiters, kitchen porters, and more for countless businesses. Whether these are hotels, venues, restaurants, one-off events, or something else, Appetite4Work are here to help! They needed a brand new site to better communicate what they can offer. Find out more about what we designed and built for them here.

Appetite4Work Website Design

Appetite4Work: The Results

With this site, it was very important to get the correct message across, a mixture of fun and professionalism! So, we made sure to use a muted colour palette of a range of blues. However, we kept it fresh with plenty of imagery that gets across the breadth of the sector the business provides staffing for. Both workers and employers will be using this site, so it was key to make sure it is easy to navigate. We included a range of menu items so site browsers can find what they’re looking for straight away. Furthermore, we included other features such as an Instagram feed and testimonials to keep the site interesting. Overall, it has resulted in a more prominent online presence for Appetite4Work, and a site that really gets to grips with what they offer.

Appetite4Work Mobile View

Why not visit Appetite4Work’s website here to check it out.

If you are looking for help with your website or social media marketing, email us on or give us a ring on 01483 608303 – we’re always happy to help!

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