Welcome to our new site

On behalf of us all here at Hicksons, welcome!

We wanted a new website that better connected with our clients and end users, enhancing both collaboration and communication.

As technology continues to develop, our redesign enables us to take advantage of the most current tools available to make our advocacy most effective and carry our message forward.


The new site has a modern layout, designed to optimize the view on all devices with options to connect with us at the touch of a button.


The structure is more organised, with a new system that uses thematic associations between the various sections on the site.


We focused on integrating social media into the site, enabling you to share pages with your friends and colleagues.


The conceptual imagery aligns with our new branding, defining the new Hicksons – outside of the box. Other multimedia content has also been utilised to emphasise and maximise the impact of our key messaging.

We encourage you to explore and discover the new site!

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