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Adapt Finance launches new website



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Award-winning bridging broker Adapt Finance has relaunched its website.

The new site boasts detailed case studies from Adapt, industry news updates and testimonials from key industry figures.
Adapt Logo
Adapt’s updated logo

Adapt’s Stephen Burns (main photo above, second left) said: “As the name suggests – we like to Adapt.

“We constantly look at ways to improve our business and at the current time, a website is part and parcel of any company.

“This is intended very much as a template to add to and improve constantly – exactly how we operate the core business.”

 Adapt case studies
The new site features examples of completed cases

 Adapt who page

Visitors can also familiarise themselves with the team prior to making an enquiry 

Jordan McBriar, director at Adapt (main photo above, left), expressed his excitement over the recently added news section, which would help to keep readers abreast of events from the company itself and the wider market.

And with the addition of a page introducing potential clients to Adapt’s staff, the site could further boost engagement with the specialist finance community.

“The new site adds the most important element of our company – the people,” added Jordan.

“We are a very hands-on business and the profiles allow people to see the face at the end of the telephone.

“Visitors can glean more information prior to contact and see what we have done for our current clients, the recognition received and make contact perhaps a little more informed.”

Last month, Adapt helped raise more than £6,700 for charity by encouraging lenders to participate in its first FlopGear Challenge.

Pictured above (left – right): Jordan McBriar, Stephen Burns, Danielle Beswick, Mark McBriar, Luis McBriar

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