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by Michelle McSweeney
May 15, 2018
Until now, the team at Miss Bikini had been using a basic web content management system to build and maintain their website and online store. However, with peak sales season fast approaching, the brand made the switch to the Kooomo platform in February 2018.
Meanwhile, the front end of Miss Bikini’s website was being designed by a creative agency, who needed to ensure that the online store would seamlessly align with the new look and feel of the website.
With predictions that the global swimwear market will reach $22.7 billion by 2022, it’s clear to see that Miss Bikini has now firmly positioned their brand to go after a piece of the pie and maximise online sales potential.
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