Gosh! Designs launches new website

Published on: 1st March 2019

Trade customers will enjoy an online showroom, with secure online payment and free delivery on most orders.

Gosh! Designs kick-started 2019 by launching a brand-new website, showcasing the company’s extensive collection of exclusive plush and licensed lines. For the first time, trade customers are able to enjoy an effortless buying experience, benefitting from secure online payment and free delivery on most orders.

John Costi-Mouyia, business development manager, commented: “The website provides an easily accessible snapshot of what Gosh! Designs is all about, but also acts as an online showroom with B2B customers having instant access to pricing and availability.”

The enticing collection at Gosh! Designs spans licensed items from The Gruffalo, which is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary, and Sesame Street through to superhero favourites from Marvel and DC Comics. Also among the 1,500 lines that have been unveiled this year are Gosh! Designs original brands.

One standout range receiving keen national and international interest is the premium Glitzies sequin plush, a series of collectible soft toys with a reversible sequin coating. Each SKU can be purchased individually, or a pre-filled FSDU is being offered to enhance in store presence. All varieties are available from alongside other exclusive collectible toys.

Designed with customers in mind, the platform offers easy navigation and appealing visuals throughout. With designated space for the latest Gosh! Designs and industry news, will also be the first place to release information about exciting upcoming events, elevating it to more than just an online shopping experience.


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