DesignFluxx Open Long Beach Office to Expand Regional Web Design Services

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DesignFluxx Founders Daniel Garibay and Scott Perkins

DesignFluxx Founders, Daniel M. Garibay, Chief Creative Officer, and Scott N. Perkins, Chief Executive Officer

DesignFluxx, one of the fastest growing web design firms in Southern California, announced the opening of their new headquarters in Long Beach’s prestigious Landmark Square Tower. The new headquarters will allow the company to compete at a regional level, as well as open up new markets.

“The new headquarters will create further opportunities for expansion,” said DesignFluxx CEO Scott N. Perkins. “These offices place us in a strategically advantageous position to work throughout Southern California.”

Although there are many web design firms, DesignFluxx intends to change the status quo, having developed a reputation for leveraging advanced web technologies to further their clients businesses. 

“In our business, it’s all about results,” Perkins continued. “Our age makes us ambitious, and is what also makes us experts in our industry. By keeping our clients on the cutting edge with their web marketing, we are keeping them one step ahead of their competitors.”

DesignFluxx’s new Long Beach headquarters in Landmark Square Tower.

DesignFluxx will be focusing its marketing efforts to the Long Beach Web Design market and broader Southern California areas through the rest of 2012, and hopes to open its 3rd office in Q1 of 2013. With over 380 clients in 14 states, DesignFluxx plans to continue opening locations in efforts to improve customer service and understanding in an ever-evolving field. “Clients need to know that we are there for them. Most of our clients come to us because their previous developer did business by phone or email, we are here to office that personal level of service,” Perkins said.

DesignFluxx is headquartered in Long Beach, CA, with offices in Apple Valley, CA – serving clients nationwide. Visit their website at http://www.designfluxx.com.

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