British Marine make waves with the launch of their London Boat Show websites

Posted by Carol Strachan on 18 September 2017

We’re delighted to announce our client British Marine have launched three new websites in conjunction with their prestigious London Boat Show which takes place between the 10th & 14th January 2018 at London’s ExCel arena.

As British Marine’s preferred website development agency since 2009, this project saw our talented graphics designer Emma, and web developer Tanya, work with the team at Big Cat – British Marine’s creative marketing agency - to bring their vision for the London Boat Show to life.  

The project included the integration and implementation of The Boating and Water sports Holiday Show and Bespoke London websites as part of the overall London Boat Show experience.

Tanya commented "This was a great project for me to work on as I could use my expertise in Sitecore to create a website that delivered on British Marine’s objectives. I  also enjoyed working with the British Marine team and have built up a good relationship with them over the years"

Built on British Marines existing CMS solution Sitecore which also manages seven other websites, Sitecore has again proved itself to be a robust and scalable solution capable of managing content updates, data capture and e-commerce.  These new websites allow visitors to purchase tickets, register online to receive updates about the show, download brochures and for exhibitors, the chance to enquire about space availability.

Carol Strachan

Carol Strachan

Carol joined the Unified team over three and a half years ago and brought with her a wealth of marketing experience gained over the past 20 years.  During her career, Carol has worked on some really exciting campaigns including the launch of 4G with Three and the Transforming Local Infrastructure project back by the Cabinet and supported by the National Lottery.  With Unified, Carol's role is to ensure everyone knows who we are by shouting about us over social media, writing blogs, creating emails and other marketing communication initiatives.  

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