USA: Paul Stuart Launches New Website
Paul Stuart, the men's and women's apparel retailer with stores in New York and Chicago, recently launched it's first website, paulstuart.com , designed and developed by Multimedia Solutions Corporation (MSC). In its current form, paulstuart.com will increase the visibility of the Paul Stuart brand, encourage visits to the physical store locations, broaden the customer base of women and younger professionals, and provide an easy way for Paul Stuart's international customers to stay in touch. The website will eventually include e-commerce, giving consumers the ability to buy Paul Stuart products online.Paulstuart.com provides easy access to information about the company and its products, including the men's and women's apparel lines, the company's history, and store locations. Visitors may also read the latest Paul Stuart newsletter online, contact the company with comments, questions and requests, and register to receive e-mail updates on promotions and special events."Multimedia Solutions is proud to have worked with Paul Stuart, one of the leading retailers of exclusive men's and women's apparel, in designing an engaging and brand-building website," said Steven Zaleon, CEO of Multimedia Solutions. "We look forward to taking paulstuart.com to the next level with an e-commerce solution."
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