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we are the new

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We exist to help modern day entrepreneurs, creatives, and artisans reach the world.

 WeAreTheNew is a London based creative collective that makes having an excellent web presence along with a powerful brand identity, affordable for the first time. We do not just build websites, we deliver on every level in order to make your uniqueness stand-out.

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We Build

Web development, brand identity, print and packaging, we build the digital and the physical platforms where your product, service and personality can shine. We help with both frameworks and content in the same time, and just to prove that we are driven by passion, we will operate on a “try before you buy” basis. There is absolutely no risk and no commitments on your side.

We Care

Once we hand over a project we do not just move on. Every single thing we touch is covered by a fixed, money back guarantee of 3 months, and has unlimited email technical support as long as you are our customer. Furthermore, we are available anytime to guide you step by step in managing your website, so you can make the transition easyer. We are that confident!

We Nurture

Our client’s companies grow and mature with us. Our goal is to keep you happy long term. That`s why, as part of our “Nurture” policy, a website update, or a brand face-lift is significantly discounted for people that trusted us, believed in us, and worked with us. This way, no matter where the market goes, or how trends develop, your business will always keep up. That`s a promise.

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Carmen Telehoi


Carmen is an innovation design researcher by trade, and a brand strategist by nature. She knows how to boil down facts to their essence and use them as weapons of mass creation in the marketplace.

Julian Caraulani


With a sharp focus that can burn through objects, Julian treats digital products with the same attention that he does physical ones, where his design foundation was built. “Why?” is his core question that guides his work the right way.

Tim Durand


Religious about detail and relentless in his creativity, Tim is a full rounded designer. His reach goes beyond digital, all the way up to product and packaging design, without compromising on ethics in the process.

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Ecommerce trends in the UK: £91bn spent online in 2013


Key findings from the IMRG/ Capgemmini report include:

• Online retail sales up 18% year-on-year in December • 16% growth for the online retail market in 2013 • 2013 ‘year of the mobile’ : twice as much spent on mobile devices in December 2013 compared to December 2012 • Forecast for 2014: 17% market growth and £107 billion to be spent online

The ‘year of the mobile’ Much of this success can be attributed to the growing influence of m-retail in 2013, with sales via mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) increasing 138% on 2012. As with the wider e-retail sector, a strong year for m-retail was topped by a very strong performance during December, with 27% of all online sales coming from a mobile device, equating to £3 billion. This is twice as much spent during the same time the year before. According to the Index, 82% of mobile sales came from tablet devices. However, smartphones saw sales increase 186% in 2013, compared to an equally impressive 131% via tablet devices.  more

UK ‘leads the world’ in e-commerce


British shoppers buying online have helped digitise the UK’s economy, as the internet contributes a larger share to GDP than in any of the other Group of 20 nations, a report has found.

The digital economy grew at a rate of 10.9 per cent a year, higher than the average of 8.1 per cent across the group of 20 nations. South Korea comes second with 7.3 per cent and China is in third place with the internet contributing 5.5 per cent to GDP. If the internet were a traditional sector, the report says, it would be bigger than UK construction, education or the utilities.

The sector contributed £121bn to the UK economy in 2010 or 8.3 per cent of GDP, and is forecast to rise to £225bn by 2016, according to research from the Boston Consulting Group.