AKW site creates interactive experience

Published:  23 September, 2011

WORCESTERSHIRE: AKW, provider of showering, daily living and kitchen solutions that meet the needs of the less able and elderly, has launched a fully-integrated and interactive website.

Users can browse bathroom products, bathroom ranges, commercial sanitaryware, kitchens, mobility support products and showering solutions, as well as find out more about the stages involved when surveying a property. AKW’s entire catalogue is represented online, and can be downloaded.

Visitors will also be able to download AKW’s Styleability newsletter, read a range of case studies and FAQs, learn the latest news on AKW, track its events calendar, as well as discover the company’s online blog.

Social media is fully represented on the website too, with links to AKW’s Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and LinkedIn accounts.

Joanna Marston, the company’s marketing manager, commented: “The site is a comprehensive and interactive tool, which presents all the information our customers need to know in one place. We believe this reenforces the fact that AKW is the UK’s leading supplier of kitchen and showering solutions, and we hope users enjoy the online experience we have created.

“The new website also provides poll functionality, which customers can now use to give us feedback on how their online experience can be improved.”

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