After four successful years and being responsible for growing the sass & bide digital business to their top performing sales channel globally, WeAreDigitalwill bring their relationship to a close in the coming weeks.
WeAreDigital achieved its brief to create a dynamic digital flagship Australian store for sass & bide that helped translate the brand’s distinct style and renowned design into the digital space. WeAreDigital’s efforts contributed to the e-boutique becoming sass & bide’s strongest sales performer across all of its stores, exceeding their original revenue targets by 400%.
Following the success of the Australian online store and digital marketing work WeAreDigital also teamed with sass & bide to launch their online international e-commerce offering and ongoing digital experiences.
“Our relationship with sass & bide has come to a close as we have achieved unparalleled success and now need to focus our efforts on other leading fashion and lifestyle retailers in our stable. I am so proud of the WeAreDigital team with the effort given and results achieved over the last 4 years. We wish the new look sass & bide team all the very best and hope they can continue to build on the foundations laid.” Karson Stimson, Director, WeAreDigital.
It is well documented that Australia is a key market for online global fashion retailers. WeAreDigital will continue to work alongside leading Australian retailers and brands such as Scanlan Theodore, Alice McCall, Tuchuzy, Jac + Jack, Coco Republic, Kmart and kikki.K, integrating their online and real world shopping experiences to transform their online offering to match the choice and level of service offered by their global competitors.
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