Styloko now has a US-dedicated site for American customers.
London-based shopping discovery engine Styloko has expanded its business outside the UK by launching a new site in the US.
With more than 30% of traffic already coming to Styloko from the US market, the new site allows American fashion-conscious females to discover and connect with their favourite designer and High Street brands and retailers, including those currently on the UK site.
With prices now displayed in dollars, international shopping is made even easier with brands such as ASOS, Net-a-Porter, Topshop and Matchesfashion.com, in addition to US favourites currently also on the UK site such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Macy’s. Continue reading
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Increasingly influential London-based social shopping site Styloko has appointed Shannon Edwards as CEO for global business.
Styloko is a digital shopping tool/service that learns what customers like as they browse and then presents the items and the styles they want to see. Styloko uses advanced algorithms to build a fashion portrait and then curates an infinite personalised stream of products for customers.
The company’s customers can add products to their virtual boutiques either from Styloko’s own website, which aggregates almost 700,000 products from most major UK retailers, or from any other site across the web – simply by using their browser button. Continue reading
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