WW Souvenirs mobile responsive website
WW Souvenirs Gifts and Homewares recently engaged Cognitia Digital Solutions to build their new fully mobile responsive website. Established in 1960, WW Souvenirs is a family business and one of Australia’s largest Souvenir Gift and Homewares wholesale supplier. They are wholesalers, importers and distributors of Australian made and imported souvenirs, gifts and homewares.
Using Cognitia’s Web Development Services we have built a completely new mobile responsive front end website for WW Souvenirs utilising a powerful Django framework and React.js programming language. This will give WW Souvenirs the ability to extend the functionality of the site deeply, including full integration with it’s current and any future business systems.
The challenges of bringing products to retailers is challenging at the best of times. Retailers in the gift souvenir and homeware market are often owner operators, or otherwise extremely busy individuals. So ensuring they can gain access to their suppliers websites for browsing new products, making contact, placing orders, or making payments is essential. Additional tools such as chatbots on the website give them immediate access to WW Souvenir staff for immediate answers to their queries. WW Souvenirs new mobile responsive website brings all of this directly to the hands of their customers.
Extending beyond this, the facility of a built in Blog allows WW Souvenirs to directly bring important information about new and upcoming products directly to their customers. Blogs provide an opportunity for direct engagement with their customers, providing a richer supplier to customer engagement, and often a channel for critical information on shipping, and upcoming exclusive opportunities.
This completely mobile responsive website will drive new traffic to a much wider audience for their business, promoting growth and availability. It will also deepen the relationship with their current valued clients.
The new website has provided a great resource for WW Souvenirs, as noted in this linkedIn Post by their Managing Director, Mr Richard Whittington.