Walton Robinson teamed up with Retox Digital to redevelop their online offerings

Walton Robinson & Retox Digital

Mark Smith & Sally Bettinson of Walton Robinson with Lilian Hughes and Julie Routledge of Retox Digital


Property company Walton Robinson has teamed up with a fellow fast-growing North East business to help it increase its digital presence and profile.

Following its recent rebrand, sales, lettings and property investment specialist Walton Robinson has invested significantly in a new website to help strengthen its position at the forefront of the regional property market.

Walton Robinson, which operates throughout the region from its Newcastle head office, has appointed Retox Digital to create a new online presence to appeal to the whole spectrum of its client base. The business operates extensively among home buyers and property investors, and is particularly strong in student lettings.

The website, which showcases Walton Robinson’s new pastel branding, is accessible in a range of languages, including Chinese, German and Italian, to enable the business to communicate with the region’s vibrant overseas community.

Retox, based on the Blagdon Estate in Northumberland, handle the website design and digital marketing of wide range of clients across the country, from national names like R&R Ice Cream and Q Hotels, to well-known local names including Mill Volvo and St Oswald’s Hospice.

Mark Walton, managing director of Walton Robinson, said: “As a business that invests heavily in our use of IT and technology, which continues to be a key factor in our growth, our website is for many the face and first impression of Walton Robinson.

“We have spent significant time and money in developing this site so we are easily accessible by our whole client base, including those for whom English is not their first language, and whether they are professionals or students looking to buy, rent or invest.

“We are very pleased with the outcome and it is great to be working with Retox, who are an ambitious and growing North East business like ourselves.”


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