Swan Retail adds Standout to increase omnichannel operation

by | Aug 26, 2018 | Business, Features, Jobs, News | 0 comments

Swan Retail Ltd, has expanded their service offering to retailers through the acquisition of Creative Marketing Ltd.
Trading as Standout, it is an integrated creative marketing agency with digital at the heart of its operation.
The new team is in the UK and enables Swan to become a one-stop shop for omnichannel retail solutions.


Standout provides services across brand, graphics, digital and marketing strategy. Ecommerce is also a central part of their digital offering.
Standout?s services complement the existing range of retail management and EPoS solutions provided by Swan.
David Thompson, managing director, commented: ?We were very keen for this. We are able to add a services that takes us beyond a traditional tech or Ecommerce organisation.
Whilst important to all retailers, Ecommerce is only a success when the site performs well. Standout provides all these services and are a natural fit for us on many other levels.?
The acquisition of Standout allows Swan Retail to provide their clients with a competitive advantage. It’s now a joined up approach to retailing both online and instore. A true omni-channel retail provider.

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