Queensland based digital agency and e-commerce specialists Stead Lane is continuing to expand its operations with the opening of their Brisbane office.
The Brisbane office will add to their existing operations on the Gold Coast, as the business continues to expand due to ongoing growth across south-east Queensland metro region – an area that’s home to over four million residents.
Stead Lane, works with leading national and global brands including HiSmile, SurfStitch, Morlife, The Mad Huey, Griffith University, Navitas and City of Gold Coast and is aiming to redefine the e-commerce space.
Reflecting this specialisation in online business solutions is recognition of the agency as a Shopify Plus Partner.
Stead Lane co-founder and managing director Flynn McFarlane, said the agency’s growth is being driven by its ability to provide cutting-edge e-commerce solutions for its clients that focus on giving them a return on investment – the opening of the Brisbane office is needed to cater for the ongoing spike in demand.
“Expanding our presence in Brisbane is a response to the ongoing growth in demand from the Brisbane metro/Sunshine Coast region,” said McFarlane.
“We believe that the growth in the digital economy in Brisbane, driven by programs like Advance Queensland and through entities like Little Tokyo Two, River City Labs and the like make the city a natural fit for what we are great at – providing turnkey e-commerce and marketing solutions for online businesses.
“The opening of the Brisbane office and expansion of our team is a response to the explosion in this space – it also reflects our investment in building our capabilities in this area over the years in anticipation of the growth in demand.”
The Brisbane office is situated at 17 Brereton St, South Brisbane QLD 4101 and will house close to half of the team of around 20 staff to meet demand.
“Our expansion into the Brisbane market is part of our strategy to have a presence across the east coast over the next few years to cater for the expansion of our client roster due to our ability to build platforms, that can seamlessly convert website traffic into sales,” said McFarlane.
“We see south east Queensland as a leading growth hub for Australia’s digital economy and are excited to build our business in one of the most digital friendly parts of the country, as we build our national footprint.”