Posted 7th August

Teka launches ‘lifestyle-look’ website for UK market

7th August 2019 - 07:00am
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Kitchen appliance, sink and tap brand Teka – which is exclusive to distributor PJH Group in the UK – has launched a new “lifestyle-look” website dedicated to the UK market.

Developed in partnership with PJH, the new website was created in response to growing UK consumer awareness of the Teka brand and increasing sales of its products in the UK, according to the company.

Features on the new site include a UK stockist locator and the ability to register their warranty for Teka appliances or book an engineer service call. The site also includes user manuals, FAQs and an ‘Inspirations’ section with kitchen design ideas and cooking suggestions.

“With Teka being a global brand, offering an extremely wide portfolio of products, there has been a growing need for a UK dedicated website featuring only those products available to the UK consumer,” said PJH Teka product manager James Bethell. “The new website will greatly enhance the consumer experience and help support the brand’s growing sales in the UK.”


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