50 Best Corporate Websites of 2022
Posted: 24th February 2022
As the leading digital marketing agency here in the South West, Priority Pixels boast a wealth of experience designing websites across a variety of industries, including the corporate sector. Now let’s be honest here, corporate websites can be pretty dull. However contrary to popular belief, your corporate site doesn’t have to be boring. We’ve scoured the world wide web far and wide to bring you the very best corporate websites of 2022 to prove once and for all that your corporate website doesn’t have to be snore-fest.
What makes a good corporate website?
A corporate website needs to reflect the ethos of your business while still retaining a sense of professionalism and decorum. With a bit of innovation and creativity, corporate websites can still look visually appealing and enticing while preserving their professional identity. The key is finding a balance between professional and casual which in turn, can attract and drive the right kind of traffic.
Essentially, a corporate website should reflect, encompass and embrace the identity of your business. Your website needs to inform and educate. Accessibility and easy navigation are absolutely crucial. It’s also important to include clear, concise copywriting with crisp imagery that highlights the services and solutions you offer. Together, your copywriting and imagery should tell the story of your company.
Convinced yet? Read on to see Priority Pixel’s definitive list of the 50 best corporate websites of 2022.
50. Herald Investment Trust
48. Alliance Trust
47. Paragon Bank
46. NextEnergy Solar Fund
45. JLEN Environmental Assets
44. Sequoia Economic Infrastructure
43. Great Portland Estates
42. Vietnam Enterprise Investments
41. The Go-Ahead Group
38. XP Power
37. Sabre Insurance Group
36. St. Modwen
33. TBC Bank
32. JP Morgan
31. Safestore Investors
29. Gravis Capital
24. Provident Financial
23. International Public Partnerships
22. National Express
21. TSP Commercial Property
20. Cement and Soil Exporters Union
19. BHD Commercial Investments
18. Capitol Bank
16. Bank of Georgia
14. HgCapital Trust
13. Golden Suisse
12. Consumer Technology Association
11. Dell Technologies
10. New York Stock Exchange
8. Ernst & Young
6. PwC UK
4. Daniel Corp
3. London Wealth Management
What should be included on a corporate website?
Brief yet informative copy explaining your company’s values and ethos is essential, as is relevant imagery and video. A page including headshots of your team with their job descriptions can also legitimise your company and of course, the design of the website itself should be easy to navigate. Be sure to include contact details and a thorough history of your business – including where you came from, the company’s current projects, and where you suspect it will head in the future.
Who makes the best corporate websites?
Priority Pixels has been building websites for businesses in the Southwest of England since 2016, and can help you design and launch a bespoke digital strategy for your company. Our team boasts a wealth of knowledge and expertise, from SEO optimisation to content creation.
How much does a corporate website cost?
A practical, creative website for a corporation built by a professional digital marketing agency such as Priority Pixels can cost anywhere from £1000 to £50,000. This depends on what services are required, and of course on a client’s specifications.
It’s best to contact the experienced team at Priority Pixels for an accurate quote.