iPad and E-Commerce Store Launched by Ship & Duck

Ship & Duck launches today its iPad app and e-commerce store, offering a new shopping experience. The Ship & Duck app is a unique hybrid of magazine and window shopping, crafted by designers for design lovers – featuring stories on eclectic themes ranging from music, art, sport, charities, movies, brands… connecting people to their passions.

In a world where lifestyle products are abundant and often lack relevance, Ship & Duck focuses on creating an emotional response by delivering new experiences that connect people to what they love. By offering products that not only carry exceptional design & quality, but cut through the noise.  Products that consumers care about because they understand the heritage behind the brand and their stories – Products with Stories™.

This complements the Ship & Duck Partner Platform launched last December – a unique online platform that enables brand owners, creatives and manufacturers to collaborate more openly, in order to conceive and develop new branded products.

Ship & Duck therefore offers a complete 360 degree value proposition to our partners, from development of new product concepts, through to sales and fulfillment.

Ship & Duck’s CEO, Francois Carlot, explains: “We are really excited by the launch of our store and app. We are exploring new territories at the intersection of content and commerce resulting in a novel and compelling user experience. We are happy and proud to deliver value to our brands by developing exclusive and meaningful new products and ultimately enhancing their connection to their fan bases.”

 

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