Websites – MG Webber product catalogue


Studio Mitchell have been building catalogue websites since start of the world wide web.

That’s quite a statement but it’s true we have been lucky to evolve with the new media revolution. As a result we have a wealth of knowledge in digital media to share with our clients.

We build HTML coded sites and dynamic content managed websites (CMS). Above all Studio Mitchell have had their finger on the pulse of trends and technology.

For example, our clients benefit from our in-depth understanding of catalogue websites. Local Honiton plant wholesale company M.G. Webber hired us to re-build their website.

But with over 1000 products this could have been a huge undertaking to input all of their stock.  However, through careful data manipulation and clever systems shortcuts, we had their whole inventory on their catalogue website in a matter of days. 

Subsequently on site website training was provided for staff at MG Webber at no extra cost. This gave them the ability to update their own stock on site. Cutting costs and maintaining a healthy presence on the web. 

On the other hand catalogue websites are built to sell. MG Webbers is no different and there is the option to access this function if they wish. 

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Websites – catalogue or e-commerce

Catalogue or e-commerce websites can also be used to sell food, cars, gifts. The list is endless. The UK had the third largest e-commerce market in the world in 2015.

The  UK governmental figures placed the value of UK e-commerce sales at 533 billion British pounds in the same year. Estimates put the value of online retail sales in the United Kingdom at 60 billion euros in 2016.  

Net sales of the biggest online retailers in the UK added up to more than 80 billion U.S. dollars in 2017. 

Finally, online sales are expected to account for 21.5 percent of the online retail industry in 2018 in the UK.

In conclusion the statistics speak volumes. But we still find clients are still struggling to make an old site work or have lost confidence in using the web as a sales tool. 

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