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Five Q Celebrates 10th Anniversary

FiveQ Anniversary logoFive Q, a full-service web development and interactive marketing agency that serves ministries and non-profits, marked its 10-year anniversary on Sunday.

“We are thankful for our clients and the opportunity to work on HIS behalf the past 10 years,” the agency expressed to fans, followers, and supporters Monday.

With a vision to help ministries realize their mission on the Web, Five Q was founded in 2004 by CEO Chad Williams, who worked at Back to the Bible for seven years, beginning in the role of Webmaster and ending in the role of Chief Technology Officer.

Since then, Williams has been building the Five Q team, recruiting team members across various disciplines who have had experience working for ministries and non-profits such as In Touch (Charles Stanley), Gospel for Asia, AnGeL Ministries (Anne Graham Lotz), Gospel Communications, Donor.com, Christianity.com, and more. Williams has also sought out team members from for-profit organizations who have experience with global media sites and emerging technologies and can bring that experience to the Five Q client base at a fraction of the cost of working with larger consulting firms.

Over the past 10 years, the Five Q team has served organizations such as Revive Our Hearts, Joni and Friends, Answers in Genesis, Voice of the Martyrs, and many others.

Today, the agency continues to help ministries and non-profits multiply their impact, specializing in three key areas: web and mobile solutions; digital marketing; and growth strategies. Williams, furthermore, serves as the Chairman of NRB’s Internet Standing Committee, a position he has held since 2013.

By NRB Staff

Published: August 7, 2014

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