Flair unveils new look for its company website

Published on: 10th September 2020

Flair’s new website officially launched last week bringing with it a sleek and modern design and fully responsive online platform. 

Flair new website

The team at Flair GP have unveiled its updated online presence with a brand new look and URL for its company website. officially launched last week bringing with it a sleek and modern design and fully responsive website for the company’s trade customers to enjoy. The easy to navigate wireframe will showcase all the Flair, Giochi Preziosi and Just Play brands and, although created for B2B, is also safe and easy for consumers to use too. Here, visitors will be able to see entire collections whilst viewing the vast amount of TVCs too. The new website will also provide the perfect link page for the highly active consumer facing social media programme.

Susan Journeaux GP Flair’s marketing services manager, commented: “The way in which visitors engage with Flair has changed greatly over recent years with the majority of visitors using mobile or tablet devices and a new portal that was fully responsive and in line with our social media handles/username was high on the agenda for 2020. We are delighted therefore to finally unveil the new online face of Flair GP that showcases our ranges in more modern, sleek and effective manner and invite all our customers to take a browse and see what’s on offer.”

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