This Student Startup Can Create an Online Presence for Your Business

BST Web founders Noah Hines and Ian Stirton are both eager to make a difference in the world. Their freelance technology startup, a web design company, is a starting-off point in achieving that goal. Through BST, they can help businesses make an impact and bring visions to life. Using a combination of innovation and design,…

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BST Web founders Noah Hines and Ian Stirton are both eager to make a difference in the world. Their freelance technology startup, a web design company, is a starting-off point in achieving that goal. Through BST, they can help businesses make an impact and bring visions to life.

Using a combination of innovation and design, BST Web Design uses websites and applications to increase and improve a company’s online presence.

Founded:

Noah Hines

Ian Stirton

Faisal Tameesh

What They Do:

BST Web strives to provide technological solutions for businesses. They are doing that through web development, creating websites, mobile apps and more for anyone from individuals to small businesses. Bring your ideas to them, and, guided by your vision, they will make them happen.

Where the Idea Came From:

BST started as a student organization. They were a group of friends, sitting around and talking about app development and e-commerce and sharing creative ideas.

Exciting Opportunities:

“Web development is an incredibly lucrative industry at the moment,” says Ian. He’s excited to provide a service that is so important to the growth of a business. “In general, a clean, up-to-date, responsive website is going to be an obvious indicator your business is doing well.”

Target Customer:

Ian says they really appreciate working with organized individuals who have a strong vision for their company. “Those who place web development as a high priority generally work well with us.”

Biggest Challenge:

BST finds themselves struggling with growth, specifically handling requests and building a larger team. “As college students, it’s sometimes tough to be realistic about the amount of time we are able to devote to extra-curricular projects,” says Ian. They know the work they are doing is important, but also know they must find a balance between the work and school.

So, how do they do both? “Lots of coffee,” says Ian.

Advice:

“Start now,” says Ian, “and believe in your work. You will only get better at what you do.”

 

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