York designer creates football club website

York designer creates football club website

York designer creates football club website

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A YORK website provider netted a contract to provide eCommerce solutions to Norwich City Football Club.

PureNet, based at York Business Park, launched the club's new website after being tasked with enhancing customer experience, increasing conversions, and growing the Norwich City online store.

Norwich City Football Club invested in a complete solution that will now allow their customers to browse the website on any device, at any time, and is the first responsive site launched for a Premiership football club.

PureNet has delivered website solutions to Birmingham City, West Bromwich Albion and West Ham United football clubs.

The business, which specialises in eCommerce solutions and digital marketing, recently won the award for Best Business Serving Football at the Football Business Awards.

Paul Gibson, chief executive at PureNet, said: “We were delighted to be selected to work with a Premiership Football Club with such a strong fan base.

"PureNet pride ourselves on innovation and building for the future, we are therefore thrilled to have delivered the first responsive website for a Premiership Football Club. This project really enabled us to show our creativity and passion for website design and is a fantastic achievement for all the team involved.”

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1:20pm Mon 12 May 14

wildthing666 says...

You mean Championship club, don't you they got relegated!
You mean Championship club, don't you they got relegated! wildthing666
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10:28am Tue 13 May 14

Knavesmire view says...

Think that needs to read Championship club now!

Well done in any case, always good to read of local companies doing well.
Think that needs to read Championship club now! Well done in any case, always good to read of local companies doing well. Knavesmire view
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