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  • / E-Retailers

    Williams-Sonoma focuses on growth online despite 23% web sales drop

    Although online sales fell more than store sales in the home furnishings retailer’s fiscal first quarter ended May 3, Williams-Sonoma will continue to invest in its e-commerce site and online marketing to push growth, executives said today.

    Posted 06/03/2009Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Although online sales fell more than store sales in the home furnishings retailer’s fiscal first quarter ended May 3, Williams-Sonoma will continue to invest in its e-commerce site and online marketing to push growth, executives said today.
  • / Marketing

    Williams-Sonoma launches premium furniture site

    Williams-Sonoma on Monday will launch a site dedicated to its premium home furnishings brand, Williams-Sonoma Home, the retailer said today. WShome.com features a broad selection of furnishings, including handcrafted wood furniture.

    Posted 08/11/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Williams-Sonoma on Monday will launch a site dedicated to its premium home furnishings brand, Williams-Sonoma Home, the retailer said today. WShome.com features a broad selection of furnishings, including handcrafted wood furniture.
  • Eclipsing the catalog

    A strong multi-channel program helped Williams-Sonoma Inc. drive web sales to almost $800 million in 2005. In its recently released annual report, Williams-Sonoma says about 60% of its annual e-commerce revenue, which totaled $766 million in 2005, up 36% from $561.2 billion in 2004, is driven by customers receiving catalogs. In the fourth quarter Williams-Sonoma posted web sales of $242.5 million vs. $178.7 million in the fourth quarter of 2004,...

    Posted 05/31/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    A strong multi-channel program helped Williams-Sonoma Inc. drive web sales to almost $800 million in 2005. In its recently released annual report, Williams-Sonoma says about 60% of its annual e-commerce revenue, which totaled $766 million in 2005, up 36% from $561.2 billion in 2004, is driven by…
  • / Marketing

    Williams-Sonoma launches Potterybarnkids.com

    With the web site addition to its stores and catalog, fast-growing Pottery Barn Kids has become a multi-channel retailer in two years.

    Posted 06/20/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    With the web site addition to its stores and catalog, fast-growing Pottery Barn Kids has become a multi-channel retailer in two years.

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