Port Elizabeth forms part of the great Nelson Mandela Bay metropolitan area. Nelson Mandela Bay comprises of Uitenhage, Port Elizabeth and Despatch. With Volkswagen and Goodyear and a multitude of their suppliers and providers being situated in Uitenhage and General Motors, Bridgestone, Continental, Willard Batteries, Eveready and their supply chain being based in Port Elizabeth, it is without a doubt that Nelson Mandela Bay is the motor industry capital of South Africa.
Port Elizabeth, also known as the Friendly City or PE, is one of South Africa's smallest cities. Although highly industrialized it is famous for its friendly people, beautiful beaches and being a gateway the beautiful Garden Route and surrounded by some of the world?s greatest game reserves.
Port Elizabeth is a vibrant commercial centre with well developed CBDs. Port Elizabeth has an extremely efficient urban freeway system which presently is not used to capacity. This system of freeways has supported Port Elizabeth?s reputation as the "ten minute city".
Port Elizabeth caters for the entire spectrum of shoppers. Shopping complexes range from the small suburban complexes to the massive all-encompassing city malls. Walmer Park, The Bridge and Greenacres are probably Port Elizabeth's best known and most popular complexes where virtually all the major national chain stores are represented.
The financial infrastructure of Port Elizabeth is well established. All the major banks, building societies and insurance firms, offering comprehensive financial services, as well as the post office and telephone companies have their provincial offices in Port Elizabeth. They are connected with all the major financial centres of Southern Africa and the rest of the world, with their administrations being based on the most advanced technology.
Our sponsorships and pro-bono work for many of Port Elizabeth's most famous events and personalities like, Ironman, the Splash Festival, Raynard Tissink, among others has made Online Innovations a household name in Port Elizabeth. And although much of our business is done in Port Elizabeth, the majority of our business is done with customers that are situated in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and abroad.
From humble beginnings developing and designing websites in a converted garage in Errol Drive, Framesby, Port Elizabeth in 2000 to the 3rd Floor of Mutual Place in Greenacres, Port Elizabeth in 2002 and finally to our offices in 46 Shirley Street, Newton Park, Port Elizabeth our vision remains to become the leader in web services in the Eastern Cape and South Africa.
Today, Online Innovations is as an industry leader in IT consulting and has a track record of combining business strategy, creative marketing and design, and technical expertise to deliver world-class web solutions.
Although based in Port Elizabeth, we have many customers outside of the Eastern Cape. Online Innovations service customers in Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town and have international customers in the United Kingdom and Europe.
Online Innovations is an IT consulting firm based in Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay, Eastern Cape, South Africa that specialises in eBusiness, eCommerce, Web, Design, Development, SEO, Social Media
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