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September 4, 2018

kikki.K and Tryzens partner to launch online store

Swedish design and stationery retailer kikki.K, in collaboration with independent e-commerce company Tryzens, has unveiled its new online store.

Swedish design and stationery retailer kikki.K, in collaboration with independent e-commerce company Tryzens, has unveiled its new online store.

In March, kikki.K selected Tryzens to redevelop its e-commerce site and deliver a modern, complete and flexible platform.

Tryzens assisted the retailer in identifying the technology to establish the store in a move to provide enhanced online shopping experience to customers.

kikki.K CEO Iain Nairn said: “Tryzens have an excellent reputation and track record of success in digital commerce and assisting businesses with their online stores, customer engagement and international expansion.

“They were a natural choice to help us select the most appropriate technology and then to implement our vision on a timely basis. Our confidence in this partnership has been rewarded with an on-time and on-budget delivery that provides us with a great customer experience and platform for continued growth.”

“The launch of the new site will allow the business to scale and handle surges in traffic and demand around peak season activity.”

The online store is currently live and delivering orders from across 143 countries globally.

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Tryzens Group CEO Andy Burton said: “The launch of the new site will allow the business to scale and handle surges in traffic and demand around peak season activity, as well as to support the seamless launch of new capabilities and regional storefronts as and when required.”

Established in 2001, kikki.K currently has a presence in Australia, the UK, New Zealand, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

The company’s products are also available for sale at more than 330 major department stores of major retail chains such as Nordstrom, John Lewis, and Harrods across the globe.