Online bathroom retailer Bathroom Takeaway is set to invest £1.35 million in its UK business with a focus on growing its digital presence, staff development, growing sales, and streamlining stock in collaboration with key suppliers. Set up in 2014, the online retailer, also has shops in Salford and Sutton Coldfield.
Director, Chris Norton, said: “Digital marketing has always been a huge passion of mine and, with this added investment, we can now further strengthen our digital capabilities and capitalise on the progress we’ve made so far. For the time being, we will be reducing our presence in mainland Europe which frees up £100,000to go towards the UK arm. With UK house price growth continuing to slow while we await the outcome of Brexit, we’ve seen an increased trend for homeowners to invest in their bathrooms and kitchens rather than moving home so now seems like the perfect time to make this added investment and pass our savings onto our customers.”
As a business, we’re incredibly proud of our people and strong customer service record and really do feel it is what truly sets us apart,” added Norton. “With this added investment, we will be working closely to offer exceptional training and progression opportunities for our existing employees, many of whom have been with the business for many years.”
More at: https://www.bathroomtakeaway.com
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