We're shortlisted for the Northern eCommerce Awards 2017!

We're shortlisted for the Northern eCommerce Awards 2017!

6th September 2017 in Applied News

We’re incredibly proud to announce that, alongside our friends at World of Wool, we’ve been shortlisted for B2B eCommerce Website of the Year at the Northern eCommerce Awards 2017.

The NECAs celebrate the very best in eCommerce and online retailing from across the North. The judges were looking for a website that had clear objectives, exceptional creative, effective implementation and tangible, demonstrable, results. For the judges to recognise our unique, effective approach to eCommerce site build and shortlist us based on the criteria above is a huge honour.

We helped launch the new World of Wool website back in February this year, and within two weeks the site going live we saw a huge uplift in performance, both in terms of sales and digital stats.

Our full brief encompassed developing a new website that would not only have the capacity to grow with the business, but also help streamline the sales process both for customers and staff.

Working with World of Wool represents the perfect scenario for creating a new online sales platform. We worked hand in hand with the team at WoW to conduct research before the build, and have continually introduced new features to the site since launch to help both sales and operations.

We’ve got our fingers (and toes) crossed for the awards themselves, which take place on the 11th October.

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