Native Multimedia, of London Road, Camberley, has produced a completely new style of web package aimed at small businesses and individuals.

Called Solo, the all in one package is tailored to be everything needed to get online, removing the need to arrange separate aspects of an online presence such as design, e-mail set up and hosting of the site.

The firm has been in Camberley for four years and is no stranger to innovation and media attention.

It has received constant coverage in the national and international press, plus a BBC2 feature praising a Native website that attracted more than one million visitors in just one month.

The Farnborough Abbey website attracted so many users due to its pioneering use of virtual reality technology, and since its success national newspapers now frequently contact the company to keep track of its new developments.

In developing the product the company has made it possible to offer the best in quality design for a fraction of the normal price.

The pack has been produced in such a way as to make it affordable for the individual user such as the self-employed, small businesses or professionals, to advertise their skills and services online.

Luke Davies, the managing director, said: "With the price of web design ever increasing and the rising expectancy of a website's content and functionality, the market has been crying out for a product such as Solo."

Confident of its immediate importance in the marketplace, Mr Davies believes the Native Solo packages will hold a lot of appeal.

"I'm really confident they're going to be successful. Our package is incredibly simple to use, reasonably priced but at the same time giving professionals and small business the opportunity of having a world-class website."