USA: Boo Back On Track Says Buggeln
Boo.com, the famous dot flop that was bought by US online retailer Fashionmall.com, says that visitors have been pouring in in its first week back online.Fashionmall.com, which bought Boo in June after the original company's liquidation, reported that in its first 24 hours of operation, Boo received visits from 78 countries. According to Boo president, Kate Buggeln, featured brands such as Diesel and Paul Smith are seeing 50 per cent increases in sales.Boo has also appointed industry veteran Candy Pratts Price, to its advisory board. Pratts, who has contributed to Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Polo Ralph Lauren, will contribute to the site's editorial content and work with Boo to develop co-branded products with retail partners. She is currently creative director for the VH1 Fashion Awards.
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