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London Golf Show gets in the ‘MOBILE’ Zone

Story published at 12:25, Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015


London Golf Show websiteThe London Golf Show has launched a brand new website in time for the upcoming show at Glow, Bluewater on 13th -15th November. The newly designed website has been created to make the overall online experience much quicker, simpler and more interactive and is fully responsive for mobile and tablet format.

The new ‘mobile first’ approach features expanded content, has integrated social newsfeeds, so that visitors to the site can see the latest gossip about the show in one place. The redesign incorporates a new colour theme introduced for this year’s show and tickets purchasing down to just five clicks! This rather neatly mirrors the FIVE free rounds of golf that visitors will receive, courtesy of Pentland Golf!

By visiting londongolfshow.com both visitors and exhibitors can find the answers they seek about the show by using the organised links, providing quick and direct access for all audiences.

The new zoning at the show will allow the visitor to find their way around with greater ease. The exhibition will be split into FIVE zones; Equipment & Coaching, Gadgets & Accessories, Apparel & Footwear, Women & Kids and Travel & Golf Clubs.

The site explains everything about the new show ‘zoning’ strategy and promotes the hashtag adopted by the show organiser’s this year e.g. #GETINTHEZONE.

Simon Jones, Sales Director of the Golf Show Group said “This is just one of the core changes we have made since bringing in Ian at MC2 Marketing to the show to reinvigorate our marketing. MC2 have worked hard with us to develop a much better focus to our activity and the new website is a hugely important part of this refresh. We know that show visitors will enjoy a much improved online experience and we hope it also leads to greater feedback for future shows.”

London Golf Show www.londongolfshow.com

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