Fancy a Coffee?

Meeting for a coffee has been the starting point of many of the world's greatest ideas. Originating in England during the 17th and 18th centuries, coffee houses were places where people would meet for conversation and commerce.

New Zealanders with their die hard relationship with the Flat White (slightly contentous whether Ozzy or NZ came up with the flat white first... ) find it very difficult to turn down the offer of a free coffee.

But we’ve been using coffee to to get the conversation started, off the books in a safe environment where people know that 'the timer's not running'.

With the increased significance of a company's online digital experience, more budget is being allocated to projects to create higher value outcomes. People have to feel confident in a supplier's capability and often need help and advice on the best place to start.

It can seriously impact a business if the project doesn’t fulfil or exceed the users expectations and Webscope is very conscious that. That’s one of the reasons we love our work, 'what can we do to add greater value'.

“Initial concerns are always there when working with a new supplier. It takes time to build a rapport and ensure that there is a clear understanding of the business and the objectives that are trying to be achieved. What we found was that Webscope spent a lot of time up front to really get a feel for the business.” Jonathan Engle - International Marketing Director at

Through the years, we’ve identified that at the start of a digital endeavour people just want a chat with someone who 'knows what they’re talking about'. That's why we make ourselves as available as possible and buy the coffee!

A 30 minute casual chat in the local cafe, we offer access to our digital experience in the form of free, impartial advice. Stories and conversations are where any solid relationship starts. It’s a low level commitment that opens the door to a possible working partnership.

Using the fantastic Calendly service that’s available from any page of our website people can book whenever's convenient to them, no back and forth email ping pong, just book a slot that works for you.

We get a chance to demonstrate our expertise at no cost to the client and we get them on the road to making the right digital choices, irrespective of whether we're the chosen supplier.

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Webscope achieved a very pleasing milestone, making it onto the Deloitte NZ Fast 50 index. It’s a voluntary list of the fastest growing companies in New Zealand and has been running for 15 years.Over the past three years we’ve been lucky enough to work with some of New Zealand’s leading companies and organisations as well as a number of successful projects in Europe and Australia.
The Deloittes fast 50 is a voluntary competition that ranks the fastest 50 growing companies in New Zealand and is in it’s 15th year.Webscope has been entered and are good contenders to make the final 50 with growth of 200% over a 12 month period in the 14/15 financial year.
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