Radiator Appointed to Redesign Website for Wallace Cameron

Leading eCommerce and online marketing agency Radiator has been appointed to redesign the website for Wallace Cameron, the leading UK supplier of first aid training courses and manufacturer of an award-winning range of first aid dispensers.

A full service design, development and internet marketing consultancy, Radiator works with clients to provide a fully integrated solution from website concept to sales. It has been commissioned by Wallace Cameron to create a contemporary and product-orientated user-interface design for the site and to rationalise its eCommerce to drive online sales in a competitive market.

Fraser Hogg, co-owner and creative director of Radiator, said, “Our brief is to redesign Wallace Cameron’s site to make it visually attractive and easy to use. During a visit it is also important that the site educates different user-types to Wallace Cameron’s wide range of leading products and services.

“Another key element of this site is helping users to buy products appropriate to them and, when buying for a business, ensuring health and safety compliance is understood and adhered to.”

A member of ScotlandIS, the trade body for the information and communications technologies (ICT) industry, Radiator (www.the-radiator.com) works closely with clients to increase their brand awareness, leads and repeat sales online. Its customer base spans a broad spectrum of public and private sector organisations, all of which call upon its expert input to generate online sales.

Bought by entrepreneur Giovanni Benedetti in 1994, Wallace Cameron has been servicing the needs of the first aid market for over 60 years, supplying quality products and services which have led to the achievement of two Royal Warrants, ISO 13485:2003 and ISO9001:2008 accreditations.



For further information please contact Fraser Hogg or Stephen Hunter on tel 0141 564 8000

Issued on behalf of Radiator by Liquorice Media 0141 561 4018

Date 29th April 10



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