From Small Home Business To A Growing Company
On February 19, 2016 RdyToGo celebrated it’s sixth anniversary as a successfully expanding business. What started off as a two-man team working from home has grown by leaps and bounds over the past six years. Aside from the amazing custom websites they design, another major component that both not only contributed toward the growth of the business but reputation as well, is the foundation of honesty that drives the
In 2010, Brett and Kevin Young started RdyToGo working out of their home. With a small support system of family and friends, the primary focus of the business was centered around computer repair. As the computer repair angle continued to grow, the Youngs decided to cast a wider net in the technology industry by adding website design, marketing and branding to the list of services they offered.
Six years and over 100 websites later, it’s safe to say that RdyToGo has become an extremely successful business with an outstanding reputation in the Myrtle Beach area. The company’s client base has gone from largely local customers and advertising to clients across the country including Pennsylvania, Florida and Ohio among several others. They have since moved the operations center to studios in the Fantasy Harbour District of Myrtle Beach and added to their team. The additions of Web Designer, Victor Chavez and Web Developer, Phil Soluri have only served to further the capabilities of the company.
RdyToGo’s custom designs stand out from most web design companies largely due to the compassion and appreciation Brett and Kevin have for their clients. Their concern for the customers’ needs is genuine, which is rare in any industry these days. They approach each site as if it were their own and actually listen to the clients input to deliver the best product possible, again another rarity. The Youngs are also dedicated to working within their client’s budgets, often underpricing their products compared to the competitors for the quality of service they offer. This is definitely not a case of, “You get what you pay for” but often far exceeds what you pay for.
The sixth year celebration was held at The Grumpy Monk in Myrtle Beach. Brett and Kevin were honored to have many of their current clients in attendance for outstanding food and drink and came complete with a custom-made Star Trek Enterprise cake. The party was as much about celebrating company growth as it was celebrating the people who have helped make the company what it is today, their customers. The Youngs made it a point to show both the clients that were able to attend, as well as those unable to be present, their sincere appreciation for their business, because without them, no business is successful.