Posted 12th March

Masterclass Kitchens invests in product video content

By KBBDaily on 12th March 2019 - 13:14pm
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Masterclass Kitchens has invested in its video content offering, creating 10 new videos to highlight the company’s new Signature and Living Collections.

The new venture for the company is aimed at improving customer experience and “propelling the website to another level”. Each video will “tell the story” of an iconic piece of furniture from the collections as well as highlighting their unique selling points.

The videos will be available to view on the Masterclass Kitchens website, as well as on the company’s social media channels and will be available for the company’s partners to use on their own websites.

“At Masterclass Kitchens, we’re dedicated to doing things a little differently, through finding new ways to engage with consumers and offering our customers new marketing tools,” said commercial director Steve Tough.

“These videos are just another example of how we’re trying to push on with the Masterclass brand even further and as always, stand out from the crowd.”


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