This month (April 2020) here at Sprechen we are celebrating our 10-year anniversary, highlighting the level of digital specialism in central Hampshire.
Based in the heart of the city on Sussex Street, Sprechen has been working with local companies and clients in the South of France, Italy and New York, creating digital products, websites and applications for the last decade.
As a previous finalist of the Winchester Business Awards for community involvement, the company has been committed to supporting the local area over the last 10 years, with pro-bono work on the annual Winchester Round Table Charity Fireworks display, creating a tracking app for the Winchester Santa Sleigh, building marketing for the Clarendon Marathon and helping many local students at the University of Winchester undertake work experience.
Steve Cross, founder and CEO, said: “Our company started out by sitting in the coffee shops around Winchester that I grew up in, making friends and contacts in the most natural way possible that awakens ideas. Day to day we continue to follow the ethos of supporting local, by employing local skilled individuals, buying local and working with city-based businesses connecting people wherever possible. Without the unique network of people in this city, we wouldn’t still be here ten years on driving innovation that helps to change lives around the world.”
Commenting on the recent working challenges created by the Coronavirus outbreak in the UK, Steve added: “We’ve been working remotely now for over 10 years, and with that have developed an organisation which has thrived being able to work flexibly. Whilst a potential economic downturn has many downsides, this gives companies like ours even more opportunity to support
those locally in need.”
With a key vision to “Create. Connect. Change,” Sprechen is looking for ways in which digital skills can be utilised to help central-Hampshire charities and organisations who need extra support during this time.
You can contact the team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01962 670190.