Sports turf consultancy STRI launches new website

Sports turf consultancy and research company STRI has launched a new website, restructured by individual sport.

Image of the new STRI website - image: STRI
Image of the new STRI website - image: STRI

The website is intended to reflect the needs of clients by focussing on providing information specific to each sport or company.

STRI head of sales and marketing Carolyn Beadsmoore said: "Each of our clients is looking for a particular solution.

"This could be the design and construction of a new pitch for a major stadium, help with managing diseases on a golf green, support in setting up environmental planning and projects or setting up research trials for product manufacturers and distributors.

"The new user-friendly website enables clients to find what they’re looking for and we expect to see more clients contacting us in the future through the website."

STRI provides advice and expertise on the research, design, construction and management of natural and artificial sports surfaces.

The website was designed by Leeds-based Tebays design agency.


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