DVisions was originally established in 1997 by Robin Gurney on the principle of online marketing with guaranteed performance. Throughout the dotcom boom years many agencies were quick to take your money and slow to deliver results. Through boom, bust, recovery, bust again, and recovery again (oh, the joys of the abolished business cycle!), DVisions has maintained the same commitment to results, whether in new business development, consultancy, search engine marketing, web design, other forms of marketing.
At the close of 2002, DVisions was acquired by Ray Taylor, well known with an impressive track record in the UK Internet marketing business, being a former editor the now defunct VNU Personal Computer magazine and founder of online media company Eyeconomy. He was subsequently joined by current Managing Director Jeremy Driscoll, whose experience includes dot.com start-ups, online marketing consultancy, and corporate online marketing with companies such as Specsavers.
In 2005 DVisions launched its unique end-to-end internet marketing packages. This provides a complete outsourced online marketing presence for companies in the SME sector. Not just marketing, and not just web design, but a complete package that delivers success through ongoing online marketing support, and charged on an economic monthly basis.
Following the departure of Ray for a new career in the public sector, 2009 saw DVisions form a strategic partnership with Basingstoke based marketing agency Juicy Marketing, and from that time the two companies worked closely together on a multitude of online projects, some under the DVisions brand, others under the Juicy banner with DVisions providing the technical backbone to Juicy's amazing creative design flair. That collaboration came to a close in June 2023 following the retirement of Juicy Marketing's principal.
Between them DVisions and Juicy Marketing had a very wide and varied client portfolio, ranging from major multinational brands down to the smallest micro business. The experience gained through dealing with such a variety of different businesses allowed them to amass a wealth of expertise which can be brought to bear when working on the most complex web projects, whether design or marketing.
With the closure of Juicy Marketing, DVisions took over the support of all Juicy's client websites and hosting (which DVisions had been doing anyway for over 10 years), continuing to provide ongoing maintenance and support.