PR: North East business The Printed Bag Shop launches new responsive website
Leading UK supplier and importer of printed carrier bags The Printed Bag Shop have launched their new responsive website this week.
The launch comes after the company won Theo Paphitis’ Twitter-based business competition, Small Business Sunday (or #SBS), and saw a huge increase in sales and success.
The Printed Bag Shop was started in 2007 and has grown rapidly ever since, as well as winning numerous awards. They already have a strong online presence through social media, and have furthered this with the development of their new fully responsive website.
Managing Director Craig Smith has said that ‘It’s crucial to our business that we stay ahead of the digital curve. We’ve a range of loyal customers, as well as new ones, and we want to ensure they have a positive experience with us.’
The new website is fully suitable for use across all devices, and provides a tool for useful branding inspiration as well as a more engaging and shoppable experience for the customer.
After winning #SBS in November 2013, The Printed Bag Shop saw a noticeable rise in enquiries and sales due to their increased brand awareness and credibility. This encouraged them to invest in redeveloping their website to represent the expansion of the company.
Providing printed bags in materials including plastic, paper and cotton, The Printed Bag Shop not only promotes the potential for business growth in the North East, but an ethical attitude towards the manufacturing and usage of their products.
For more information on the launch and how digital media is affecting their business, visit The Printed Bag Shop’s website at www.theprintedbagshop.co.uk