TORONTO, Feb. 5 /CNW/ - With an ever expanding portfolio of clients,
Climax Media gears up to launch Version 2.0 of their website. In February
2008, the much anticipated website overhaul (<a href="http://www.climaxmedia.com">www.climaxmedia.com</a>) will explode
onto the ecommerce market.
"I launched the business when I was 17 out of my basement," explains John
Wilk, 25, CEO of Climax Media. "itravel2000 were my first clients, and I
exchanged my services for office space in their building. I would have never
dreamed that 7 years later we would be in a position to rival the competition,
and have the opportunity to work with some of the most exciting businesses
across the globe."
Over the past 7 years, John's reputation has become unprecedented. He's
grown a company from grass roots, and employed a team of experts to deliver a
complete online convergent solution, including website design, maintenance,
content management, flash animation, search engine optimization, E-marketing,
broadcast animation, and copy writing. "I want to be the go-to company for
innovative and reliable web related solutions," says Wilk. "I need companies
to smile when the job is finished. Actually, forget smile. I want their jaws
to drop. Now it's time for us to take our own site to the level that we've
taken so many businesses, and that's the sole reason for the re-launch."
Climax Media's portfolio of clients is beyond impressive. They've worked
with everyone including major car manufacturers, soft drink empires, industry
leading concert planners, cable network television programs, uranium mining
companies, condominium developers, and the top nightclubs around the world.
The list is endless. And to top it all off, Climax has a flawless track
record. Everything they touch turns to gold. Every interactive campaign they
launch turns investment into profit.
2008 is going to see Climax Media expand its footprint and take on a
range of new projects. With the re-launch of their website, and a growing list
of fortune 500 companies lining up for their services, the sky would be the
limit; but only if you could connect it to a modem.
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For further information: MEDIA CONTACT: Ashley MacIntyre, (647)