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Who We Are

Sarah Fisher and Bruno

Sarah Fisher

Sarah has more than 30 years of extensive sales, marketing and business experience. In 2002 she left the security of a real job and retrained in the technical and creative skills required to design and build bespoke, attractive and successful websites.

Since forming Fisher Simons in 2003, Sarah has created and managed websites for a very diverse range of clients, both large and small: from household names such as Sony and Harrods to brand new start up businesses looking for their first web presence.

Committed to the success of every project, Sarah believes in working closely with clients to create bespoke solutions in order to achieve all their requirements and objectives.

In her spare time, Sarah has variously experimented with scuba diving, tennis, tap dancing and judo. Sadly however, she has only reached a decent level of proficiency in dog walking and eating cake!

Max Scianna

Max Scianna

Max brings more than a decade of technical and ecommerce experience to Fisher Simons, having managed development, launch and ongoing operation of dozens of online stores including several high profile sites for Coco Ribbon, Lula Sapphire, Worn By, Sahara London and Box 2.

Starting off as a freelancer in 1999, Max moved to Kingston based Syrox Interactive in 2001, first as a project manager and then as technical manager. With his first online shop launched in 2000 and a passion for ecommerce, Max developed the technical team and in-house systems at Syrox to focus on delivering high quality bespoke ecommerce sites placing strong emphasis on marketing, merchandising, user experience, and search engine visibility.

Since 2008 Max has brought this expertise and experience to Fisher Simons where he has developed ecommerce sites turning over in excess of £1 million annually as well as complex bespoke development projects such as a CRM / member database / events booking system for the IDF.

In his spare time Max likes good food and keeping fit though sometimes struggles to find the right balance between the two!