Displaysense are bucking the economic trend and setting themselves up as a major player heading into 2009, despite the current economic climate proving to be testing for all forms of business across the globe
Displaysense, the UK’s leading supplier of display equipment and shop fittings, have continued to evolve their business over the last few years. And in 2008, transformed themselves again with a new website, new products and a new international presence with its two sister sites that service the European and Ireland communities.
Displaysense had great success with their UK website which was followed up with the creation of their Ireland website in February 2008 and their new European site www.displaysense.com in July 2008, which is proving to have been a wise move, cementing the company’s position within the international market. The company now distribute their full range of products including business card holders to countries such as Spain and Germany as well as domestic markets.
To celebrate the launch of the new European site, Displaysense has enjoyed theme days that have included a visit from an Italian chef, thigh slapping on Lederhosen day and a 1 hour French lesson for all staff. They haven’t quite agreed on what they should do to support their entrance into the Dutch market but their Marketing Manger, Steve Whittle, thinks it should be the ‘High’ light of the festivities.
Mr Whittle said; “The introduction of the European and Irish websites were a result of the hard work put into the company during its 30 year history, driven on by the business ethos of its directors and we are already starting to reap the benefits from the decision to enter these markets”. Steve continued, “We can distribute any of our products to the European community from large display cases right down to the smallest of literature holders, all for one, low fixed delivery charge, supplied within a matter of days”.
Displaysense, who are on a continuing mission of innovation, believe that they can provide the same levels of service and website experience that the more well known online brands provide, something that other companies within their sector are not even attempting to offer.
Embracing the web, Displaysense continue to adapt and reposition themselves in order to meet the challenges of the economic climate and its’ staff are all set to take on 2009, which is set to be another record year for the business.